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Employers need to strongly encourage their employees to use generic version of diflucan called Fluconazole and to get them through online mail order, because even if your employer is providing you with health insurance, your copays and deductibles may be rising to the point where you can't afford to buy the brand-name drug at the corner drugstore. This would drive up competition and encourage the companies to lower their prices on diflucan.

Fluconazole (Generic Diflucan) is an antifungal medication used for the treatment of certain types of fungus infections. It is most commonly used to treat fungal infections of the mouth, esophagus, lungs, urinary tract, and yeast infection. Fluconazole is the first of a new subclass of synthetic triazole antifungal agents, is available as tablets for oral administration, as a powder for oral suspension and as a sterile solution for intravenous use in glass and in plastic containers. You may ask your doctor or pharmacist about the safety of switching between brands and generics of the same medication.

Generic Diflucan

Active ingredient: Fluconazole 50/100/150/200mg
Category: Antifungals
Diflucan
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Distribution and excretion of Fluconazole

Fluconazole is water soluble, well absorbed after oral administration and serum concentration parallels dose. Babies and children, especially those with fevers, have accelerated metabolism. Most of the drug is excreted in the urine; very little is metabolised by the liver. The drug penetrates well into cavities such as around the brain, the eyes, saliva and urine.

Typical Fluconazole Dosage

Typical Fluconazole doses for oral thrush are 50-100mg per day, but larger doses are used in AIDS patients. The typical dose for vaginal thrush is a 150mg per day. For the prevention of fungal infections in leukaemia, doses from 50-400mg per day have been used and studied. Most authorities recommend between 100 and 400mg. For the treatment of candidemia and other serious Candida infections a minimum dose of 400mg per day is recommended with increased doses in patients on haemofiltration and/or rifampicin.

What should I watch for while taking fluconazole?

Alcohol can increase possible damage to your liver. Do not take alcoholic drinks while you take this medicine. If you have a vaginal infection, do not have sex until you have finished your treatment. Your clothing may get soiled if you have a vaginal discharge. You can wear a sanitary napkin; do not use tampons. Wear freshly washed cotton, not synthetic, panties. If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, tell you prescriber or health care professional immediately.

Diflucan Drug Interactions

Clinically significant hypoglycemia may be precipitated by the use of Diflucan with oral hypoglycemic agents. The use of fluconazole in patients concurrently taking astemizole or other drugs metabolized by the cytochrome P450 system may be associated with elevations in serum levels of these drugs. There have been reports of nephrotoxicity in patients to whom fluconazole and tacrolimus were coadministered. Diflucan reduces the metabolism of tolbutamide, glyburide, and glipizide and increases the plasma concentration of these agents. In the absence of definitive information, caution should be used when coadministering fluconazole.



 

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