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On 7 days of diflucan for recurrent yeast infection, I'm quite dizzy sometimes from the meds, how long will it take for side effects to go away?

Verify instructions. Diflucan is not usually given for 7 days. It is usually given in one dose and then repeated in 72 hours if needed. Topical yeast medications can often be more effective and cover more types of yeast. Yeast cultures can be done to test for the type and sensitivity. Read more...

What else can I do to help the fluconazole get rid of my yeast infection?

Probiotics. Try taking probiotics, decreasing sugar intake, increasing good area circulation to your vaginal area (loose clothing, cotton underwear, sleeping without underwear at night), don't ever douche, don't use products near your genitals that have perfumes or deoderants in them. No talcum power there, either. Cornstarch is ok. Read more...

Is it ok to take fluconazole 150 mg & metronidazol 500 mg both @ the same time to get rid of yeast infection?

Likely 2 Infections. The Fluconazole is used to treat yeast. However, Metronidazole is used for infections such as bacterial vaginosis or trichomonas. If your doctor did a culture they may have you on both until the results are in. Both meds are safe together. Read more...

When on fluconazole for a yeast infection, what could I do to prevent or keep the yeast from over growing? I might have one, curious 4 future issues?

Several. Yeast infection can be prevented.......avoid sex, tampoon,Douching and tub bath, strong antibiotic. If frequent.....get checked for diabetes. Some of these can be done. Last but not the least....complete you course of treatment and no sex during the infection. Read more...