Fluconazole is used to treat thrush infections, particularly on the penis. While other medications are more effective for other areas of the body, when it comes to eliminating thrush, Fluconazole is often the most effective treatment for that area of the body.
This medication may produce some mild side effects, but any serious ones are quite uncommon, making it a relatively safe way to treat thrush. Using our online consultation service, this drug would be prescribed by one of our doctors.
Fluconazole comes in tablet form, and it treats thrush effectively without the need for other drugs. However, you can help get rid of the thrush faster if you practice some basic good hygiene, such as not touching the affected area and washing it daily with warm, soapy water.
You should also try to avoid contact with other people through the penile tissue while the thrush is present. That means that it is not a good idea to have sex while you are suffering from the infection. You can have intercourse with a condom, but you do need to be careful about allowing the thrush or anything it has touched to come into contact with your skin or anyone else’s.
Continue to take the fluconazole until the thrush has cleared up or until you have used up the supply prescribed. Once it has cleared up, you should no longer need to take the medication. Fluconazole is available from our website following a simple Q&A consultation using the link below.
Insert single dose pessary at night, apply cream to anogenital region TWO to THR...
Insert single applicator of vaginal cream at night, apply 2% cream to anogenital...
Apply cream TWO to THREE times daily for SEVEN days
Insert ONE pessary at night DAILY for SIX days
Take ONE capsule, can be repeated once after one week