Question: Who Should Not Take Fluconazole?

What happens if you drink while taking fluconazole?

Can you mix alcohol and Diflucan.

No, you shouldn’t because there is the potential for liver toxicity and enhanced side effects when you combine alcohol and Diflucan.

While alcohol doesn’t make Diflucan ineffective, it may further compromise your immune system when you’re trying to combat an infection..

Is fluconazole safe to take?

You usually take fluconazole for a short time to clear an infection. If you have a serious infection, you may need to take fluconazole long term. It is safe to take for a long time if your doctor has advised you to. If you take fluconazole long term, your doctor may ask you to have regular blood tests.

Is one fluconazole pill enough?

One single oral dose is usually sufficient to treat vaginal candidiasis. Can be given as a single daily dose. The absorption of fluconazole is not affected by food. Generic fluconazole is available.

How quickly does Fluconazole work?

by Drugs.com For mild, uncomplicated, infections fluconazole is prescribed as a single 150 mg dose and an improvement in symptoms is usually seen within one to three days.

What medications does fluconazole interact with?

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What are the side effects of fluconazole?

Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach upset/pain, headache, dizziness, or hair loss may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.