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Diflucan is the brand name of the generic drug Fluconazole. Diflucan is a prescription drug (not available over-the-counter) that comes as a tablet or suspension (liquid) to be taken orally. It is also available as an injectable medicine but, in this form, can only be administered by a healthcare professional.
Diflucan is an antifungal medicine belonging to the class of drugs called triazole antifungals. It is used to prevent or treat a wide variety of infections caused by fungus in several parts of the body, including the mouth, genital area, bladder, lungs, throat, and blood.
Most commonly, Diflucan is used to treat candidiasis and other vaginal and mouth yeast infections. In some cases, Fluconazole can be used to treat some kinds of meningitis and prevent recurring fungal infections in high-risk people with a weakened immune system, such as those with HIV.
For milder infections, Diflucan is delivered as a single-dose treatment, but patients experiencing persistent symptoms might take three doses or more as instructed by their healthcare provider.
What is Diflucan Prescribed For?
Diflucan might be prescribed to treat a wide range of fungal infections (not bacterial infections like Chlamydia). Some of the most common diagnoses requiring Diflucan include:
- Candidiasis, or vaginal infections caused by the Candida fungus
- Oropharyngeal Candidiasis, also known as oral thrush, in men and women
- Candidiasis caused by Candida albicans, which leads to oral infections like periodontal disease (gum infection).
- Urinary tract infection (UTI) and yeast infections caused by Candida
- Candida-related bloodstream infections
- Some types of meningitis (brain infections), such as the one caused by the Cryptococcus fungus
In some cases, Diflucan might be prescribed to prevent recurring fungal infections in individuals who are at risk or have a weakened immune system, such as patients with HIV, bone marrow transplant, or chronic vaginal thrush.
How Does Diflucan Work?
Diflucan, which acts similarly to other triazole antifungal medicines within the same classification, works by binding with the fungal cytochrome P-450, which prevents the conversion between lanosterol to ergosterol and disrupts fungal membrane.
This mechanism prevents the fungus causing the infection from reproducing. In turn, this slows the growth of harmful fungi, making it easier for the body’s immune system to fight infection or prevent recurring conditions.
What Are The Side Effects of Diflucan?
While this medicine is safe for most and unlikely to cause severe side effects, if you are looking to get Diflucan online, it is important to know what to expect.
Some of the most common side effects (reported by more than 1 in 100 people) are nausea, diarrhea, stomach pain, headache, and vomiting. These symptoms should disappear within a few hours or days after taking Diflucan – you should see your healthcare provider if they intensify or persist.
Rarer and more serious side effects reported by less than 1 in 100 people include yellowing of the skin and eyes, dark urine, pale feces, irregular heartbeat, and bruising easily (which might be a symptom of blood disorders). You should see your doctor immediately if you experience any of these symptoms.
While uncommon, it is also possible to have a severe allergic reaction to Diflucan.
Make sure to always read the Patient Information Leaflet before taking Diflucan or other antifungal drugs.
Always consult with your physician or other qualified health providers about medical concerns. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it based on what you read on this website.
If you are experiencing high fever (>103F/39.4C), shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chest pain, heart palpitations, abnormal bruising, abnormal bleeding, extreme fatigue, dizziness, new weakness or paralysis, difficulty with speech, confusion, extreme pain in any body part, or inability to remain hydrated or keep down fluids or feel you may have any other life-threatening condition, please go to the emergency department or call 911 immediately.
Frequently asked questions
Can you get Diflucan over the counter?
Diflucan and the generic drug Diflucan – as well as most other yeast infection medicines – are not available as over-the-counter (OTC) treatments, and need to be prescribed by a licensed medical professional.
Can you get a Diflucan prescription online?
Yes, you can get Diflucan online. However, both Diflucan and the generic drug Fluconazole are prescription drugs, meaning that you will need to schedule an appointment with a licensed healthcare professional at DrHouse and obtain a Diflucan online prescription.
How to take Diflucan?
Diflucan is usually taken once daily, with or without food. However, dosages and frequency of treatment will be specified by your doctor according to factors like your age, severity and type of your infection, your medical history, reaction to the first dose, and other medications you are taking.
What to avoid while taking Diflucan?
Diflucan is usually safe, but there are some precautions to take during treatment, including:
- Tell your doctor about other medications you are taking as Diflucan might interact with them
- Diflucan can make you dizzy and, while it does not interact with alcohol, drinking while under treatment can worsen the symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea and cause fainting.
- Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, as Diflucan might cause harm to unborn babies.
- Talk to a doctor before taking Diflucan if you suffer from liver or kidney disease
- Avoid taking Diflucan if you are allergic to other antifungal drugs
How do I get an online prescription for Diflucan?
To get an online prescription for Diflucan you will have to set up an account with us, download the DrHouse app and make an on-demand visit with one of our board-certified clinicians.
Is it legal to prescribe medicine online?
Yes, DrHouse has developed a telemedicine platform that enables our providers to practice medicine and take care of patients remotely. Every medical professional you interact with has been licensed by their respective state to prescribe medications and treat patients.
What is DrHouse's prescription refill policy?
Our clinicians are able to prescribe up to a 90-day prescription for any previously prescribed medications that are not classified as controlled substances. They use their medical judgment to determine whether to prescribe and the duration. They will have the prescription sent to the pharmacy of your choice.
What other medications are commonly prescribed for treating fungal infections?
Other than Fluconazole, other medications commonly prescribed for treating fungal infections include:
- Ketoconazole (Nizoral)
- Ciclopirox (Penlac)
- Clotrimazole (Lotrimin)
- Terbinafine (Lamisil)
- Posaconazole (Noxafil)
- Itraconazole (Sporanox)
- Miconazole (Monistat)
- Nystatin (Nystop)
- Voriconazole (Vfend)
- Anidulafungin (Eraxis)
The list above is not exhaustive, and there may be other medications that your doctor may prescribe depending on the type of fungal infection.