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Generic Diflucan

Generic Diflucan Diflucan is fluconazole, a medication for the treatment of fungal infections, blood infections, respiratory infections and skin infections.

How does Diflucan work?

An anti-fungal, Diflucan fluconazole works by addressing or preventing yeast infections of the mouth and throat areas and even extending to the esophageal area and the stomach. Diflucan is also used to treat fungal infections in the abdominal area and in the lungs. Vaginal yeast infections, possible infections from radiation therapies, and other fungal infections are usually addressed by fluconazole treatment. It works by simply stopping fungal growth and destroying presently existing fungi.

How should I take the product?

Diflucan fluconazole should be administered properly and precisely. Inspect the fluconazole solution before administering it. The solution must be clear and free from foreign matter. If the solution is discolored, or if there are particles therein, or if the container of the fluconazole has leaks or holes, contamination is possible and this solution must not be used. Administration of this medication should be in accordance to strict prescription and doctor's advice. Increasing, decreasing, or stopping doses without the doctor's advice may be totally hazardous to you.
If you miss a dose, don't try and double upcoming doses in order to compensate for missed doses. You can skip the missed dose anyway and just continue on with the upcoming regular doses. If you try and compensate for mixed doses, you run the danger of an overdose, and in case of an overdose, you need to seek immediate emergency medical service. An overdose may be manifested by several symptoms including hallucinating and paranoia. Irrational confusion, unfounded at that, may also be a sign of overdose. Difficulty in passing urine or in breathing may also indicate an overdose.
Remember the cardinal rule to follow your prescription precisely. Only your doctor can increase or decrease the dose depending on how your body responds to the administration of the drug. Your doctor's instructions and your prescription labels instructions must match and be adhered to strictly. Even if you experience changes in your condition, the prescription must be continued to conclusion.


If you have had any experience of an allergic reaction to fluconazole or to any other medication for that matter, you should mention this to your doctor before use of fluconazole. Your doctor will also need to be made aware of any other prescription or over-the-counter drugs you may be taking, including but not limited to vitamins, minerals, supplements, and herbal products. Inform your doctor of any present or pre-existing conditions including kidney disease, liver disease, and alcohol or drug abuse. If you are pregnant or if you intend to conceive, take caution and inform your doctor if you will be taking fluconazole. Breast-feeding? Tell your doctor about this, too.

Side effects

Diflucan fluconazole may cause different reactions and side effects for different takers. Some side effects may be mild and others may be more acute and severe. This drug can cause side effects like upset stomach, lost appetite, diarrhea, headaches and dizzy spells, over-fatigue and loss of energy. Sometimes, rashes and itching may occur, as may vomiting and nausea, skin or eye discolorations, urine dark discoloration, stool discoloration, bleeding, and bruising. At the onset of any bothersome side effect, and if this side effect persists, you should consult your doctor immediately.
If fluconazole is being administered for you through vein insertion or under the skin, it is still possible to suffer from an infection related to the catheter or needle used for administering the drug. There are telltale signs of infection that you should watch out for like a tenderness of the area of insertion, unusual warmth, irritating itchiness, a redness or swelling of the immediate area, and unusual pain.

What should I avoid while taking Diflucan fluconazole?

Refrain from taking alcohol, especially if you consume alcohol in large quantities, as alcohol does not react favorably with fluconazole. As much as possible, when administering fluconazole, you should refrain from having a blockage in the needle or tubing as in intravenous administration, as new infections may set in.
As there are no special dietary restrictions in connection to the use of fluconazole, you can maintain your regular diet and not change or modify your nutrition, diet, and fitness regimen, unless of course you are otherwise instructed by your doctor in consideration of other conditions.

Drug interactions

In addition to the special precautions to take prior to or while using Diflucan fluconazole, this medication may also react differently if not dangerously with anti-coagulants or blood thinners like warfarin Coumadin, antiviral agents like Retrovir zidovudine, Hismanal astemizole, medications for the treatment of asthma, Propulsid cisapride, cyclosporine Neoral or Sandimmune, didanosine, hydrochlorothiazide, Tagamet and other medicines for stomach problems, diabetes medicines, oral contraceptives, Dilantin phenytoin, Mycobutin rifabutin, Rifadin rifampin, Prograf tacrolimus, and Seldane terfenadine.

Shelf life

Like any other medication, Diflucan fluconazole must be stored in its original container, with lid tightly closed, out of children's reach, and stored at ideal room temperatures away from direct sunlight, heat and moisture. Shelf life is usually no less than two years from the date of the batch manufacture.