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Buy Generic Fluconazole Injection Online

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Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
2mg/mL (100mL vial)
Brand medication is not available at this time.


Fluconazole Injection Description

A Fluconazole injection is used to treat fungal infections, including yeast infections of the mouth, throat, abdomen, lungs, blood, and other organs. Generic Fluconazole Injection comes as a liquid that is administered through a needle or catheter placed in your vein by a qualified medical staff member. It is usually injected slowly into a vein over a period of one to two hours, usually once a day for up to fourteen days. Depending on the severity of the infection, you may be administered Fluconazole while hospitalized or daily as an out-patient. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

Mechanism of Action for Fluconazole Injection

Once IV catheter has been placed, Fluconazole Injection will be administered slowly and makes its way into your bloodstream and around your body. Fluconazole is a newer triazole antifungal drug will work to inhibit an important protein the fungi need in order to form a protective cell membrane so they can grow and multiply. Without the safety of a secure cell membrane, the fungus dies.

A Fluconazole injection is sometimes used to prevent fungal infections in people who are likely to become infected because they have human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), cancer, or have had an organ or bone marrow transplant operation.

Conditions Treated by Fluconazole Injection

Fluconazole Injection is prescribed to treat a number of fungal or yeast infections that are caused by the Candida fungus. A small amount of the Candida yeast lives naturally in and on your body, but it is the overgrowth of this yeast that may lead to uncomfortable symptoms. A Candida infection of the skin can cause intense itching and be painful and irritating. The skin infection can progress to cause cracking, soreness and blisters, or pustules can also occur.

The Candida fungus thrives in warm, moist conditions and is the main cause of diaper rash in babies. Other contributing factors to Candida infection include: warm weather, tight clothing, poor hygiene, certain antibiotic medications and immune systems that may be affected by diabetes, pregnancy or other medical conditions.

Before Fluconazole Injection is Administered

Before you can safely begin treatment with Fluconazole, be sure to advise your doctor if you have cancer; liver disease; kidney disease; HIV or AIDS; family history of Long QT syndrome, heart disease or other cardiac disorder. Tell your physician about all medicines you currently take or use now, and any herbal or vitamin supplements that could interfere with how Fluconazole will work in your body.

Fluconazole Injection Precautions and Risks

Certain drugs can cause unwanted or dangerous effects when used with Fluconazole, especially Cisapride, Erythromycin, Pimozide, and Quinidine. Ask your doctor about using non hormonal birth control such as a condom or diaphragm with spermicide to prevent pregnancy while receiving Fluconazole Injection treatment as they can make birth control pills less effective. Fluconazole can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby so tell your doctor if you are nursing your baby.

Possible Side Effects of Fluconazole Injection

  • Diarrhea
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Stomach pain
  • Changes in your sense of taste

You should contact your doctor at once if you experience any of the following more serious side effects: seizures, severe skin reaction, fever, chills or other flu-like symptoms, easy bruising or bleeding, headache accompanied by chest pain, dizziness or fast heartbeat.

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