Is it ok to take probiotics with diflucan (fluconazole)?

20. Yes it's perfectly fine to take probiotics. Actually you should take on daily basis for good digestive health.

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On Diflucan (fluconazole) & Probiotics. Took Diflucan (fluconazole) @ 10PM & Probiotics @ 7AM. Is it ok to take Probiotics before breakfast in this case? Why or why not?

It does not make a d. Probiotics can be taken anytime, you like. These are bacteria which mix well with food and have no effect on any other medicines. Diflucan (fluconazole) doe snot affect the Gut bacteria(it is an antifungal drug), so there may not be much use in taking probiotics. Read more...

Have possible candida overgrowth from taking low dose antibiotics for years. Have taken probiotics as well, but getting skin eruptions from them. I am allergic to diflucan, (fluconazole) what can I take?

Other medications. There are other medications you can take like oral nystatin. First, please make sure that this is confirmed diagnosis of candida overgrowth. A lot of unnecessary media and gossip about this entity exists. Good Luck. Read more...
Yeast. You have not mentioned if you have a yeast problem in your genitals or skin. Why are you on low dose antibiotics for so long? . Read more...

How does oral antifungals like diflucan (fluconazole) and probiotics get to your vagina?

Through the gut . The probiotics traverse the GI tract and change the bacteria living there, as well as in the vagina. The dilucan is absorbed via the intestine. Then it is secreted in the vaginal mucosa. Read more...

Have been getting yeast infections twice a month for the past year. Clears up with diflucan (fluconazole) but comes right back, am taking a daily probiotic no dm

Yeast Infection. To reduce your risk of vaginal yeast infection you can avoid douching, wear cotton underwear and loose fitting pants or skirts, avoid tight-fitting underwear or pantyhose, change out of wet clothes, such as swimsuits or workout attire, as soon as possible, stay out of hot tubs or very hot baths.Talk to a doctor about recurrent yeast infection and if you have a partner, have them treated as well :]. Read more...