Azithromycin And Fluconazole

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Michelle Says:
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Hello. I have been prescribed Azithromycin for a severe case of strep throat. I am on day 5 of the weeks supply of the antibiotic. My symptoms have only slighty improved and since day 1 of being on it I've developed a yeast infection. I was also given Fluconazole by my doctor. When can I take the Fluconazole? I'm afraid of drug interactions and most of all afraid that the Fluconazole will have no affect since I still have 3 more days of the Azithromycin. Should I wait to take the Fluconazole so it won't be canceled out by the Azithromycin? I want the burning and swelling in my throat and the itchy discomfort in/on my vagina to stop. The combination is horrible! Please help!!


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riya sharma Says:
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Verwon Says:

Hello, Michelle! How are you? What did you end up doing?

The Fluconazole usually stays active in your body for several days, so it can be taken during the time period you're taking antibiotics. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and stomach pain.

I usually waited until I was almost done with my antibiotics to take it.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Grace Says:
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Can I combine secnidazole, fluconazole & azithromycin for treating/preventing fungal infections and serious itching (especially in the ears)?

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Ene Says:

Can the combination of azithromycin + fluconazole + secnidazole be used for children? My children have some infection disturbing them and I want to find out if I can administer this medication?


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