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Terconazole 80 Mg Suppository
Effect right away: Effect kicks in right away, but in order to reach peak it will take 4-8 hours after single dose; assuming this is vaginal supp.
A suppository is a drug delivery system that is inserted into the rectum (rectal suppository), vagina (vaginal suppository) or urethra (urethral suppository), where it dissolves or melts. They are used to deliver both systemically-acting and locally-acting medications. The alternative term for delivery of medicine via such ...Read more
Is the terconazole vagina suppositories suppose come out the vagina on to underwear white and creamy? Hours later? But not the whole thing
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What are the side effects for terconazole vagina suppositories? And is it suppose to stop itching and burning? And when does the symptoms go away?
Does terconazole vaginal suppositories 3 day treatment. Is the suppositories suppose to come out? Do they dissolve in the vagina completely?
They should dissolve: But some material might ooze out use a panty liner
Is terconazole suppository safe for pregnancy? I am 22 weeks and had a yeast infection & was prescribe these by a gyn. Could it harm my baby at all?
Should be safe: Terconazole is pregnancy class c due to poor data, but it does not appear to cause birth defects or other problems, even taken orally (systemically). The suppository is far safer because the drug is delivered only to your vaginal walls, and doesn't get systemically absorbed to an appreciable level. Terconazole suppositories are often prescribed to pregnant women with yeast infections.
Junk: Junk food and processed desserts are not healthy for you anytime but especially when you are treating a yeast infection.
Terconazole: This topical imidazole antifungal is meant to treat candidal vulvovaginitis. There should be no contraindication to having vaginal intercourse while receiving it. In addition, it would be helpful to treat your partner's penis with an antifungal cream so that he does not give the infection back to you after it has been treated.
Reuse: Wash the applicator, use a little rubbing alcohol if you are concerned, and let it air dry. Then reuse.
I have been taking Terconazole for 3 days, and am supposed to take it for 4 more. I just found out it was a class C drug and am very concerned.?
Details are importan: Are you pregnant??? How long? You are "taking" terconazole? Using a vaginal applicator? The manufacturer advises to avoid during first 3 months of pregnancy. But there are no KNOWN adverse effects on pregnancy. Miconazole is also class C. This means they have not been extensively studied in humans during pregnancy. Relax. Are you sure you have a yeast problem? If so, why? Discuss with your DR.
I started using my prescribed terconazole yesterday, when I went to the restroom this morn all the nasty fluids and gunk came out. Is that normal?
Terconazole: Probably, but without knowing your full history and being able to examine you there is no way to really know. If this continues, go back and see your doctor.
Can you swim?: I hope so! Are you a good swimmer? Be careful if the surf is high or if there is an undertow. Watch out for sharks! Using terconazole should not have any bearing on this, though it might be best to not swim for a few hours after using it...
24 hours: 24 hours after the final 3 or 7 day treatment. So as not to "flood out" the medications' benefits.
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.
No: No, but get back on your sleep and your medication schedule as quickly as possible. Best wishes.