Fluconazole tablets are prescribed to treat infections caused by fungi and yeast, one of the most common being thrush.
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Fluconazole 150mg capsule is a treatment which can be used for vaginal thrush (Candidal vaginitis), thrush affecting the penis (Candidal balanitis), and other kinds of fungal infections throughout the body.
This thrush tablet works by stopping the growth of Candida. It usually starts to work within one day however, it may take 3 days for your symptoms to improve and up to 7 days for your symptoms to disappear.
Please read our extensive post on Thrush and similar conditions by clicking the post link below;
You can also find additional information on Thrush from the NHS website.
Fluconazole with food and drink
You can take your medicine with or without a meal.
Swallow the capsule whole with a glass of water. It is best to take your capsules at the same time each day.
The capsules may be taken with or without a meal.
Fluconazole capsules contains Lactose and Azorubine (E122), a small amount of lactose (milk sugar).
The 200 mg capsules also contain E122 (Azorubine), which can cause an allergic-type reaction, including asthma. This reaction is more common in those people who are allergic to aspirin.
What Fluconazole contains:
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