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Terazol Vaginal Agent
I have taken 2 diflucan (a week apart) and now terazol, (terconazole) and think vaginal yeast still persists. Next step please?
Wait a little: Sometimes the irritation will persist for a while even though the original infection has cleared, so the first thing is to be a little patient and observe longer. Second, you need to confirm the infection and rule out other causes for your symptoms and not simply blindly retreat. Finally, if a persistent infection is confirmed, longer and more aggressive treatment might be required. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Put in vaginal cream (terazol) for the night and felt it come out. I tried to do butt/hips lift in bed to get it back up canal. Is it a bad idea?
No: if it allows you to insert the applicator to the desired depth, that's fine ...Read more
Need a vagina: Since i don't know many men with vaginas, i think it would be difficult for men to use this product since it's designed to be applied intravaginally. ...Read more
24 hours: 24 hours after the final 3 or 7 day treatment. So as not to "flood out" the medications' benefits. ...Read more