26 Jun 2011
No, it would treat fungal infections that could cause skin eruptions and yeast infections, thrush, that kind of thing. It often is given to people who have to take antibiotics to cure the fungal infections that can set in when all good bacteria are killed off as well as the bad bacteria, the good bacteria would keep the fungi from overgrowing and causing a yeast infection, thrush, and other fungal infestations. Now if the skin eruption (acne) was from a fungal infestation, then yes, that is why fluconazole was rx'ed.
- Fluconazole Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Fluconazole (detailed)
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1 answer • 10 Sep 2009
thxks but if fluconazole can increas progestins and estrogen why does it treat yeast growth
1 answer • 23 Aug 2010
My skin is awful and my doctor recommended me to take this pill for my skin. does it treat acne well or does it cause severe acne instead?
1 answer • 2 Aug 2011
I have Seborrhea Dermatitis since 1 and half years ago. Now I started treatment because my condition going worse and I've lost too much hairs. ...
1 answer • 25 Apr 2014
i took the pill around early afternoon but still have slight itchiness but not severe , is this good or bad ?
1 answer • 23 Jul 2014