Fluka (Fluconazole) Tweet
What is Fluka (Fluconazole) used for?
Fluka (Fluconazole) is a type of azole antifungal used to treat vaginal fungal infections (vaginal yeast infections). Fluka impairs the growth of most common types of vaginal yeast or fungus.
How should I use Fluka (Fluconazole)?
Fluka is a single oral tablet (one dose) containing 150mg of Fluconazole. A single tablet dose is usually prescribed.
Fluka will generally show some signs of improvement within two to three days.
What are the side effects of Fluka (Fluconazole)?
Fluconazole has rarely caused a heart condition known as QT prolongation which can lead to cardiac arrhythmia. The risk of QT prolongation is increased if you are taking any medicines that prolong the QT interval or if you have an electrolyte imbalance.
The most common side effects of Fluka (fluconazole) include:
If any of the above last for longer than expected or become a problem, contact your doctor.
More severe side effects include:
If you experience any of these, contact your doctor as soon as possible.
Before taking Fluka (fluconazole), tell your doctor if:
Fluconazole should only be used pregnant if your doctor thinks it is necessary. Taking Fluka during the first three months of pregnancy can cause harm to the fetus.
Some people will become dizzy when taking fluconazole. Do not drive a car or operate machinery until you know how Fluconazole will affect you.
Limit alcohol consumption while taking fluconazole.