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Can you use monistat and metrogel. 75% at the same time? Don't want to take fluconazole because of my heart. Can be Tachycardic without drugs already
Yes You Can: Yes you can and there is no conrraindication for doing that ...Read more
Can't drink at all with oral or IV metronidazole: can get violently ill from the drug interaction.
Metrogel (facial) has minimal systemic absorption, but not impossible to have reaction.
Metrogel (vaginal) has greater chance for systemic absorption, therefore more of a chance of an adverse reaction.
I certainly wouldn't have a "couple" (or more) drinks. ...Read more
It depends.: Metrogel is not very effective.Get a more detailed answer ›
Up to a week: I tell people up to a week after completing therapy. After that the therapy might have been a failure and you need to go back to the office. ...Read more
Bacterial vaginosis: Metrogel is usually prescribed one applicatorful vaginally twice a day (once in morning, once in evening) for bacterial vaginosis. Treatment is for 5 days. Package directions should have stated that on package. ...Read more
Sounds like yeast: Yeast infections are pretty common in the world and are even more common after treatment with antibiotics. There is normally a few yeast along with a number of other bacteria in the vagina. When abnormal bacteria overgrow and take over that is bacterial vaginosis. When the yeast overgrow, that is a yeast infection. See your doctor about treatment for yeast or use Monistat otc. ...Read more
5 days: Metrogel should be used by inserting 1 applicator daily for 5 days. Unfortunately, bacterial vaginosis is sometimes difficult to eradicate or will frequently come back. If needed, the 5 day course can be repeated or 1 applicator can be used weekly in difficult to treat cases. Metrogel can have se of skin irritation, burning, or rarely a metallic taste or nausea, especially if taken with alcohol. ...Read more
Prescribed MetroGel today but start period in two days. Can it be used during cycle or should I wait?
Start now: It can be used but if you have heavy periods use on the days of lighter flow at bedtime. ...Read more
If I used metrogel once and didn't have a reaction would I be safe to use again without reaction would it cause throst issues or dizziness?
Should be OK: If you have used this medication before and it did not cause any side-effects, you should be able to safely use the medication again. Before you use it, check the expiration date. ...Read more
Yes you can use Metrogel a few hours after intercourse, but then its advisable to abstain till therapy is completed (5 days course). Common side effect is burning and stinging.
Take care. ...Read more
Same active: Same active ingredient. It is dependent on your individual response and preference. ...Read more
Widely used topical: Potential side effects mean symptoms reported by individuals taking the medications during trial periods. The percentages are important, because it says that 10% noted this symptom during the trial which means that you may not experience the same symptom. Metrogel topical has topical side effects listed from 1 in 4 dryness scaling to as rare as 1 in 10 stinging/burning. Dizziness was not reported. ...Read more
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