Whenever a female is diagnosed to have a vaginal yeast infection, her doctor may most likely prescribe her to take fluconazole 150 mg for it. How fluconazole 150 mg works in the body is that it can stop the further growth of most common kinds of vaginal yeast (of fungal origin). Fluconazole 150 mg is part of a class of medicines known as azole antifungals (a good example would be ketoconazole).
It is wise that you take the time to read the pamphlet that comes with the fluconazole 150 mg medicine pack every time you buy it. Should you have any pressing questions, just ask your doctor or your pharmacist. In many countries such as Canada, some brand names of fluconazole 150 mg are actually dispensed to the public even without a doctor’s prescription. However, it is recommended that if it is your very first vaginal yeast infection that you should visit and talk to your doctor first about it, if it is your second case of infection within a month or two, or if you are thinking of using it as treatment for your daughter who is below 12 years of age. Continue reading