Diflucan is available as a tablet or as an oral suspension. Diflucan is used to avoid fungal infection in people that have a weak body immune system brought on by cancer treatment, bone marrow transplant, or diseases such as AIDS. Diflucan is additionally used to deal with a specific type of meningitis in people with HIV or AIDS. Inform each of your healthcare providers about all medicines you use now, and any medicine you start or quit using. Your symptoms may enhance before the infection is entirely removed. Skipping dosages may also increase your risk of additional infection that is resistant to antifungal drug. Fluconazole will not treat a viral infection such as the common cold or influenza. You must not use Diflucan if you dislike fluconazole. Talk with your physician before making use of Diflucan oral suspension if you have a trouble absorbing sugars or milk. Fluconazole may hurt an expected child. Use effective birth control to protect against maternity while taking this medication and for a minimum of 1 week after your last dose. Vaginal infections are commonly treated with only one tablet. You might take Diflucan with or without food. Use Diflucan for the complete proposed size of time, even if your symptoms promptly enhance. Fluconazole will not treat a viral infection such as the flu or a common cold. Call your physician if your symptoms do not enhance, or if they worsen. Use the medication as soon as you can, yet skip the missed out on dose if it is practically time for your next dose.
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