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Dr. Janice Alexander
102 doctors shared insights

Monistat 1 (Overview)

Monistat-1 is a vaginal agent which is a kind of women's health and pregnancy drug.


Dr. Janice Alexander
102 doctors shared insights

Monistat 1 (Overview)

Monistat-1 is a vaginal agent which is a kind of women's health and pregnancy drug.


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How long does it take for monistat-1 to begin working?

How long does it take for monistat-1 to begin working?

U should start to : Feel better by the next day, but u can have a resistent yeast infection, there are 4 types and the most common type albicans which comprises 80% of all yeast infections should be senitive but the 3 other types can be resistent so u would need another type of med. ...Read more

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Caring for an Elderly Loved One (Checklist)

Check your loved one's balance
once
Remove obstructions that could cause falls
once
Organize medications
monthly
Add railings for support
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Living with Type 1 Diabetes (Checklist)

Hypoglycemia is common with type 1 diabetes
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Check your blood glucose before and after 2 hours after eating
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Hypoglycemia is likely if the post meal glucose is lower than premeal
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If you do not feel hypo symptoms, consider use of a continuous sensor
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Does Monistat 1 (tioconazole) work when you are on your period?

Does Monistat 1 (tioconazole) work when you are on your period?

Less effective: When you are on your period the monistat has less chance to be absorbed, and will be less effective. An oral prescription for an anti-fungal medication will likely be more effective for vaginal yeast infection in this circumstance. ...Read more

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Would Monistat 1 (tioconazole) treat trich or BV symptoms. If Monistat works on itch and there was no odor/discharge, just itch/soreness was it a yeast infection?

Would Monistat 1 (tioconazole) treat trich or BV symptoms. If Monistat works on itch and there was no odor/discharge, just itch/soreness was it a yeast infection?

Only yeast: Trichomonas or BV do not respond to miconazole. One shouldn't make a diagnosis by response to medication, but rather by direct evidence, in this case culture, microscopic analysis, or observation. ...Read more