Pink Pill For Yeast Infection

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Does anyone know what the pink pill is that is for yeast infection and you only have to take one.......I don't know anything more today.



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Diflucan - your doctor will know what it is and you can only get it with a prescription. Here is a web site - www.yeast-infection-remedies.com/­candida-diflucan.html

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Verwon Says:

Though it can't be definitively said without knowing the markings, Diflucan would also have been my best guess, since it is available in a single dose, pink tablet for treating yeast infections.

It contained the active ingredient Fluconazole, and is now also available as a generic under this name and some pharmacies even include it on their $4 discounted medications formulary.

Are there any questions or comments?

There are more Diflucan details available here.

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