Diflucan (Fluconazole)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeDiflucan10 mg/ml/35 ml$72.99
drug typeDiflucan150 mg$33.99

Generic Equivalent of Diflucan

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeFluconazole50 mg$35.99
drug typeFluconazole100 mg$87.99
drug typeFluconazole150 mg$17.99
drug typeFluconazole200 mg$71.99


Diflucan Information

Buy Generic Diflucan
* The product images are for reference only. Generic equivalents may also be supplied by alternate manufacturers.

How and Where to Buy Diflucan Online?


If you’re ready to purchase Diflucan now, you can do it right here at www.CanadianPharmacyWorld.com. We have an easy and intuitive online system that makes uploading your prescription order from your doctor and getting your medication as simple as 123. We know there are times when you might like to speak with someone about your order. In those cases, simply dial 1-866-485-7979. One of our pharmacy technicians would be happy to assist you. For additional questions on the ordering process, please visit our FAQ page.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Diflucan?


Diflucan is the brand name drug manufactured by Pfizer from Canada and its generic equivalent is called fluconazole by Apotex from Canada and India.

What Dosages and Forms is Diflucan available in?


We carry both the brand name medication, Diflucan, as well as its generic equivalent, fluconazole, in our online pharmacy. They come in a variety of doses, which include:

DIFLUCAN


10mg/ml/35ml suspension powder
150mg

FLUCONAZOLE


50mg
150mg
200mg

What is Diflucan used for?


Diflucan is an antifungal medication used to treat a variety of fungal and yeast infections. Fungus can invade any part of the body, including the mouth, throat, esophagus, lungs, bladder, genitals, and even the blood. It works by stopping the growth of certain types of fungus in the body. In some cases, Diflucan may be used to prevent fungal infections in those with compromised or weak immune systems caused by cancer treatments, bone marrow transplant, or diseases like AIDS and HIV.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Diflucan?


Most medications will come with side effects. Before deciding if Diflucan are right for you, take a closer look at what you might expect.

Here are some of the most common side effects that come with taking Diflucan:

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

Contact your doctor immediately and ask them if you should stop taking Diflucan, especially if you experience any of the above side effects for a persistent amount of time, or the following side effects:

• Headache with chest pain and severe dizziness;
• Fainting;
• Fast or pounding heartbeats;
• Fever;
• Chills;
• Body aches;
• Flu-like symptoms;
• Easy bruising or bleeding;
• Unusual weakness;
• Seizures;
• Skin rash or lesions;
• Liver problems:
o Nausea
o Upper stomach pain
o Itching
o Tiredness
o Loss of appetite
o Dark colored urine
o Clay colored stools
o Jaundice
• Sever skin reaction:
o Fever
o Sore throat
o Swelling in your face or tongue
o Burning in your eyes
o Skin pain, followed by a red or purple skin rash that spreads to the upper body, then blisters and peels

Stop taking Diflucan and seek help if you have any signs of allergic reaction, which includes:

• Sneezing;
• Hives;
• Swelling of your lips, face, tongue, and/or throat
• Trouble breathing

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Diflucan?


You should not use Diflucan if you’re allergic to fluconazole, or if you take any of the following medications:

• Cisapride;
• Erythromycin;
• Pimozide;
• Quinidine

Be sure to talk to your doctor to determine if Diflucan is safe for you, particularly if you have or have had the following:

• Liver disease;
• HIV or AIDS;
• Cancer;
• Heart disease or heart rhythm disorder;
• Personal or family history of Long QT syndrome;
• Kidney disease;
• If you’re allergic to other antifungal medicines;
• If you have trouble digesting sugars or milk

Diflucan can have interactions with other medications. We’re not able to show all the possible interactions, but here are the most notable products and medications known to interact with Diflucan:

• Cisapride;
• Erythromycin;
• Pimozide;
• Quinidine Halofantrine;
• Prednisone;
• Theophylline;
• Tofacitinib;
• Vitamin A;
• An antidepressant—amitriptyline, nortriptyline;
• Other antifungal medicine—amphotericin B or voriconazole;
• Blood pressure medicines;
• Blood thinners;
• Cancer medicine—cyclophosphamide, vincristine, vinblastine;
• Cholesterol medicine—atorvastatin, simvastatin, fluvastatin;
• HIV/AIDS medicine—saquinavir, zidovudine, and others;
• Medicine to prevent organ transplant rejection—cyclosporine, tacrolimus or sirolimus;
• Narcotic medicine—fentanyl, alfentanil, methadone;
• NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)—celecoxib, ibuprofen, naproxen;
• Oral diabetes medicine—glyburide, tolbutamide, glipizide;
• Anti-seizure medicines—carbamazepine, phenytoin; or
• Tuberculosis medications—rifampin, rifabutin
Be sure to talk to your doctor if you are using the above medications, and any you start or stop while on Diflucan.

Diflucan Storage and Safety Information


Store Diflucan in a closed container at room temperature away from extreme heat, light, and moisture.

Follow all of your doctor’s advice on food, beverage, and activity restrictions.

This medication may impair your thinking, so be cautious with driving or anything which requires you to stay alert until you know how it affects you.

A single dose of Diflucan isn’t expected to harm an unborn baby, however—do not take more than one dose if you are pregnant. High doses of this medication can cause birth defects. It can also pass into breastmilk and may harm a nursing infant. Be sure to tell your doctor if you are nursing or pregnant.

This medication may decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills. Ask your doctor about non-hormonal birth control to prevent pregnancy for more than one dose.

Seek emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5060 immediately if you suspect an overdose. Overdose symptoms can include: confusion or unusual thoughts and/or behaviors.

Keep out of the reach of children.

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