Buy Thrush Treatment Online

Treatment for thrush is available with a single dose of fluconazole. This is an antifungal medicine, which can get rid of thrush conveniently and easily. Before the thrush treatment can be prescribed online, you must recognise the symptoms and be diagnosed by a doctor or nurse.

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Key Facts About Fluconazole Thrush Treatment

Not everyone can be prescribed treatment for thrush online. Please speak to your GP if any of the following apply:

  • You are currently pregnant or breastfeeding
  • You are a women aged under 18 years or over 65 years
  • You are a women with liver or kidney disease

Fluconazole

Dose

A single fluconazole 150mg capsule

How long does the thrush treatment take to work?

The thrush infection should be clear within a week

What if the thrush treatment does not work?

For 1 in 5 women, fluconazole tablets do not work and this maybe due to your strain of Candida being one that is not easily treated with this medication, or it may be due to incorrect use of the medication. If you get recurrences of thrush you may need to be treated every few weeks or months. Recurrences are more common in people who have taken antibiotics or suffer from diabetes.

If after 10 days you feel that you still have thrush, then we advise that you seek help from your GP.

Do my sexual partners need treating?

Both men and women are affected by thrush, and it is important to ensure that your sexual partner is also treated if they are also experiencing symptoms of thrush. However, this is not necessary if they have no symptoms. If you experience regular bouts of thrush then it may be necessary to treat yourself and your partner.

Side-effects of fluconazole tablets

Side effects of fluconazole are uncommon but include:

  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhoea
  • Flatulence
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Alternatives Treatments for Thrush

Thrush can also be treated using creams that are applied to the vagina or penis daily. Alternatively, pessaries can be inserted into the vagina as a one off dose or throughout the course of a few days. Please speak to your GP about these alternative options.

Informing your GP about your Thrush Treament

We request that you provide us with the contact details of your GP. It is important to make your GP aware of any thrush treatment you are having however, we will not contact your GP and inform them of your treatment without your consent.