With so many treatments available for yeast infections, it's easy to become overwhelmed. You might be wondering if one treatment is better than another, or whether one is more "right" for you. While most treatments are designed to cure yeast infections, they do differ in some ways including:
- How often they're administered (1-, 3- or 7-day course of treatment)
- The way that they're administered (vaginally or orally)
Your personal preference is an important thing to consider when you're choosing a treatment. DIFLUCAN ONE is a simple, clean and convenient 1-pill, 1-dose, 1-day oral treatment. Plus, when it's time for you to choose, you can take comfort in knowing that DIFLUCAN ONE is the #1 brand prescribed by doctors in Canada for the treatment of yeast infections.
DIFLUCAN ONE is available without a prescription.
For most women, simplicity and comfort are high on the list of things they look for when choosing a yeast infection treatment. That's why oral treatments like DIFLUCAN ONE are the preferred choice for so many women..
Unlike yeast infection treatments that are administered vaginally, DIFLUCAN ONE is:
- A pill you swallow, which is an alternative to messy creams, ovules, tablets or suppositories.
- Diflucan is a single dose treatment, which means just one DIFLUCAN ONE pill can cure most yeast infections
Also, because DIFLUCAN ONE is an oral pill, you can take it anytime, anywhere.
The good news is, DIFLUCAN ONE is an effective choice for yeast infections. But do not use DIFLUCAN ONE if you are:
- trying to become pregnant
- allergic to fluconazole, related azoles (such as clotrimazole or miconazole) or other ingredients in the product
- taking allergy drugs (e.g. astemizole* / terfenadine*)
- taking cisapride*
*not marketed in Canada
There have been reports of spontaneous abortion of the fetus or birth defects. If you could become pregnant while taking this medicine, you should consider using a reliable means of contraception for approximately 1 week after the dose. If you become pregnant while taking this medicine, contact your doctor.
If any of the above situations applies to you, talk to your doctor or pharmacist about treating your yeast infection.