How long should it take for a yeast infection to resolve after taking 150 mg of diflucan (fluconazole)? I've taken it and Monistat 3 and still have a little itching

3-4 days. It is supposed to one-shot the yeast infection. If it doesn't calling your doctor to get another Diflucan (fluconazole) is not a bad idea. Different patients need more or less Diflucan (fluconazole) depending on their physiology, chronicity of the conditions, and how they respond to the medication.
2-3 days. If you truly have a yeast infection, most patients get relief 2-3 days after treatment is completed.

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Just last week I used Monistat 3 to cure my yeast infection and it started to feel better really fast but came right back will fluconazole 100mg work?

Maybe. The fact Monistat helped leads to thinking this is a yeast infection. Many yeast infections are resistant to Monistat and may respond better to fluconazole. However, bacterial vaginosis is more common and will not respond to yeast medications in the long run. If recurrent, have your vaginal pH tested and possibly get cultured. Read more...

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