'It is better not to have sex until you have finished your treatment. If you have sex, your partner should use a condom during sex to help prevent transfer of the infection. Your sexual partner may also need treatment.
Terconazole suppositories contain oils that can weaken latex rubber condoms, diaphragms, or cervical caps. This increases the chance of a condom breaking during sex. The rubber in a cervical cap or diaphragm can also break down faster and wear out sooner. Tell your prescriber or health care professional if you or your partner may be using a condom, diaphragm, or cervical cap during treatment with the suppository form of Terconazole.'
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