Yes, its a prescription medication.
Yes it does!
You may be lucky enough however to call you're Dr and have it called into a pharmacy,especially if you have a history of yeast infections.
It's a very affordable remedy too!
As you know bt now Diflucan is a prescription med. However, it is NOT cheap. I strongly suggest the geberic. Have used both and both work great, but, for my pocketbook, over $85.00 was too much for 10 pills, this was my cost for Brand name.
- Diflucan Information for Consumers
- Diflucan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Diflucan (detailed)
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I just received my 1st yeast infection & was prescribed Diflucan. Do I need to wait a full 24 hours?
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