The fungus are different in the way they effect the organism, some of them are more irritating than others and can appear wherever they want starting from the blood or lungs and finishing with genitals and bladder. For these contagions Diflucan is purposed as an antifungal antibiotic. It also has a preventive task – people with the history of AIDS, cancer or bone marrow transplant, whose immune system is not very strong and therefore more exposed to different contagions, take the medication to reduce the risk of fungal infection. The drug doesn't cure viral infections.
The mode and dosage of administration depends on the kind of contagion you deal with. Tablets are usually consumed with water; liquid drugs are required to be jolted and measured before usage. Some infections require a long course of treatment; others can be removed with one tablet.
There might be a chance of you having intolerance to the drug and resembling medicines. If this be the case refrain from taking it. Kidney of liver disease must be a reason of additional consultation with your physician. Pregnant or breastfeeding women are not advised to take the course.
The drug can influence your thoughts and behavior if overdosed; in this case apply to the doctor for help. Diflucan can evoke allergic response and if the symptoms trouble you it is advised to check them with the doctor as well. There is the list of drugs incompatible with the medicine, for more information apply to the pharmacist.