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Is It Really Common For Women To Get A Yeast Infection After Taking Azithromycin
Any antibiotic: Yeast infections can occur with any use of antibiotics, as the natural flora of the vaginal tract can be disrupted. This disruption allows yeast infections to opportunistically occur. Eating yogurt with an active culture can prevent vaginitis, and using an otc vaginal yeast medication will also help. Seer your physician again if these do not help. ...Read more
Azithromycin (zithromax, azithrocin, zmax, azin) is an azalide, a subclass of macrolide antibiotics. Azithromycin is one of the world's best-selling antibiotics.[not in citation given (see discussion.)] it is derived from erythromycin, with a methyl-substituted nitrogen atom incorporated into the lactone ring, thus making ...Read more
After 1g of taking azithromycin when can II take diflucan because a week after I got a yeast infection?
It has been almost 2 weeks after taking azithromycin for chylamidia, still having very slight Itching, but no discharge. could it be yeast infection?
I am taking diflucin (3 days) for. Yeast infection. Now have bronchial infection can I also take azithromycin or should I stop diflucin. ?
I'm taking diflucan and azithromycin for a yeast infection. Started it yesterday and no relief. Can I use vagisil too?
Yeast Infection: Generally, Diflucan is the drug of choice for a yeast infection. The Azithromycin was probably prescribed for another infection you might be fighting - such as bronchitis. With this drug, it is not uncommon to develop a yeast infection because of the bacteriocidal effects on your genitsl flora, so Diflucan was prescribed to prevent a yeast infection from occurring. ...Read more
I just took Azithromycin for Chlamydia a few days ago, can I take Fluconazole for a possible yeast infection or is it dangerous to combine the two?
No problem: These two drugs won't interfere with one another, and no increased chance of side effects. In fact, this is a pretty common combination, because antibiotics like azithromycin sometimes trigger yeast infections. (Maybe that's what happened to you.) So no worries; take the fluconazole as it was prescribed. ...Read more
Would anything happen if i prescribe zithromax for myself and i dont actually have chalmydia or if i tKe flagyl and i dont have a yeast infection ?
Not recommended.: It is never recommended to self prescribe antibiotics. Inappropriate antibiotic use has led to the serious problem of resistant bacterial infections. This practice could also lead to allergic reactions, undesirable side effects, and interference with testing when you aren't getting better. Flagyl, by the way, is not used to treat yeast infections. ...Read more
26 wks pregnant with sinus & vaginal yeast infection. Dr prescribed both Diflucan (1 dose) & Zithromax. r they safe taken together? I read they're not
Ask the DR: Zithromax is probably safe during pregnancy. But it is a common cause for yeast problems. Unless you have both high fever and significant sinus pain, it will do nothing for sinus congestion. Drainage, with sniffer or oral med ,is the way to relieve sinus symptoms. Antibiotics are seldom of use. Meclizine is another med which is commonly used but seldom effective. Phenergan will make you sleepy so ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
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