Yeast Infection In Women

Info Before Taking Fluconazole 150mg

 Fluconazole 150mg an antifungal drug commonly prescribed by doctors to prevent fungus infections from spreading and accumulating to the other parts of the body. The fungus can affect parts of the mouth, lungs, esophagus, blood, throat, and other organs if not treated immediately. Sometimes we use our own immune system to fight these invaders, but often times our natural defense may not be enough. That is why need drugs like fluconazole 150mg to immediately terminate the infection causing microorganisms and pursue our normal life. Aside from treatments, fluconazole 150mg is also used as a first line of defense for people who have very weak immune system, such as AIDS and cancer patients, or those that have undergone bone marrow transplant. Apart from what is mentioned above, the doctor may also use fluconazole 150mg for off label purposes.

Just like every other drugs, before you start taking fluconazole 150mg you need to know some of the dos and don’ts. The very first thing you should know is that whether there are contraindications when you take fluconazole 150mg. Among these is an allergic reaction which you might have suffered with any of its active or similar ingredients. In this case, your doctor may not be advised to take fluconazole 150mg for your own safety. Among the similar drugs include econazole, moconazole, sertaconazole, terconazole, voriconazole, clotrimazole, ketoconazole, sulconazole, and tioconazole. You should also not take fluconazole 150mg if you are currently taking other drugs which might have interactions with fluconazole, such as cisapride. For more information about drug interactions, you may ask your health care provider today. (more…)

27 Apr 2014