What to use orally for vaginal yeast infection if patient is allergic to diflucan?

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19 May 2010

in case of diflucan allergy, you can take orally ketoconazole (Nizoral) + metronidazole for vaginal yeast infection.
or you can also take some vaginal agents like tioconazole (Vagistat-1)
which apply vaginally but it depends upon the severity of infection.

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19 May 2010

If not sensitive to it you can also try Nystatin. It is an excellent medicine and works fairly fast. Good luck to you yeast infections are very uncomfortable.

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