MICONAZOLE 3 Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 076773/001.

Names and composition

"MICONAZOLE 3" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MICONAZOLE NITRATE.

Answered questions

Im 13 wks pregnant and will be 14 wks in another day,can i use Monistat Miconazole 3 day applicator?
Asked by Beula Pazmino 4 months ago.

I had a yeast infection twice with my last pregnancy and my doctor told me to not use the 3 day or 1 day versions because they are too harsh and told me to use the 7 day version. It's not fun for those 7 days but I'd rather not have any other discomfort from using the other ones. Just ask your doctor they will tell you. Answered by Rey Follin 4 months ago.

It would not sound such as you're ingesting too lots. If I estimate the energy from the food you indexed, it may be around 2000 energy. ingesting uncooked vegetables might help with starvation in between nutrition without making you placed on too lots weight. it rather is great which you're ingesting culmination particularly of fruit juices. culmination fulfill starvation greater effective than juices. except there's a reason you're able to not, attempt to stroll a minimum of a few miles conventional while you're demanding approximately weight benefit. Aiming for around 2000 energy an afternoon is what's counseled for many women individuals for the period of being pregnant. it can be a good theory to make certain you get adequate calcium by using milk or supplementations. If not, the newborn ought to take calcium out of your bones. espresso decreases the apsorption of calcium and it a diueretic. in case you're able to drink espresso, continuously drink it with a tumbler or 2 of water. If conceivable, attempt to quit ingesting espresso or swap to decaf. i'm hoping you have a healthful being pregnant. Answered by Kayleigh Wun 4 months ago.

I feel for you. I only had that problem when I was pregnant. When I went to my doctor, they told me to use Monistat 1 dose. You should always ask your doctor before doing anything though. Answered by Helen Shirai 4 months ago.


Miconazole 3 yeast infection?
First yeast infection in the past 4 years, i use this product but still have a little itching after 3 dose. Should i just give a day or two longer to get the full effect or try something else or would that be overdosing o_O Asked by Dorian Boddie 4 months ago.

yes give it a couple days. I am a diabetic can get yeast infections a lot because yeast feeds off of sugar so when my blood sugars are high causes a yeast infection. If this doesn't work within a week I would call your doctor and get something stronger Answered by Rick Warnecke 4 months ago.

i ought to finally finally finally end up the kit, till at last you're affirming there is truly 3 tubes in it. as quickly as you're thoroughly finished with it and that's regardless of the reality that there, pass on your woman properly-everyday practitioner! you have an STD, and there is a few that mimic a yeast an infection Answered by Gonzalo Moccia 4 months ago.

I would finish up the kit, unless you're saying there's only 3 tubes in it. If you're completely finished with it and it's still there, go to your female doctor! you may have an STD, and there's a few that mimic a yeast infection Answered by Freeman Hanstine 4 months ago.


Miconazole 3 for a Yeast Infection confusion.. HELP?
Hi.. I just bought Miconazole 3 as recommended by my doctor and I am very confused as to how it is supposed to work. It came with an applicator, 3 pill like things, and external cream. I don't understand how to use the applicator with the pills. The instructions aren't very helpful because I don't know... Asked by Jackson Youell 4 months ago.

Hi.. I just bought Miconazole 3 as recommended by my doctor and I am very confused as to how it is supposed to work. It came with an applicator, 3 pill like things, and external cream. I don't understand how to use the applicator with the pills. The instructions aren't very helpful because I don't know what side of the applicator you put in, or how to put the pill things on the applicator. There looks like there is a tip to the pills, is that the top of it? Also do I leave the applicator in until the thing disolves or pull it out right away? And how high is high enough? As far as a tampon goes? Is there like a line on the applicator that shows where I should stop?? Someone who's used this please help! Thanks!! Answered by Madlyn Heyen 4 months ago.

ok, the applicator has a pull thing, right? well pull it as far as it will go without forcing it. insert the suppository (pill, shapped like a bullet, right?) on the opposite side of the pull thing with the tip outwards. don't handle it too much as it melts quickly with touch. insert it down there as far as it will go in without hurting yourself then press the part that you pulled out to push the pill leaving it inside u. it's best to do it after u pee right before going to bed so it doesn't leak out. the cream is for external itch only. Answered by Delsie Ponessa 4 months ago.

i could finally finally end up the equipment, until eventually you're asserting there is in simple terms 3 tubes in it. once you're thoroughly finished with it and that is nevertheless there, bypass on your woman well-known practitioner! you have an STD, and there's a few that mimic a yeast an infection Answered by Hallie Kutcher 4 months ago.


Miconazole nitrate 3 (for yeast), Important questions?
I'm currently taking miconazole nitrate 3 day treatment to cure a yeast infection. I have two questions about this. My first is: I wasn't paying attention and thought I had actually taken all 3 suppositories and it ended up being only two, I had sex with my husband. Should I go back to the doctors after... Asked by Vikki Drisko 4 months ago.

I'm currently taking miconazole nitrate 3 day treatment to cure a yeast infection. I have two questions about this. My first is: I wasn't paying attention and thought I had actually taken all 3 suppositories and it ended up being only two, I had sex with my husband. Should I go back to the doctors after I'm done to see if it went away or would the sex one time not have affected it? My second question is tonight I took my last dose (for sure) and I noticed this one won't stay very far in me, it came to my vaginal opening twice and I had to reinsert it both times and the third time I just pushed it in farther with my fingers. But my vagina still tried to push it out so I lied down. (still lying down) Will it effect the way the medicine actually works with it not being as far back as it should be? Thank you. Answered by Rory Haddow 4 months ago.

YOu are probably fine if the symptoms have gone away. If not, then go back to the doctor. Answered by Keshia Kerzer 4 months ago.


I'm scared to use miconazole 3 for yeast infection.?
is there anyway to get over this fear? Asked by Woodrow Venard 4 months ago.

Why? It's not going to hurt and you'll feel so much better soon. use it. Answered by Adrian Michaeli 4 months ago.


When using the miconazole 3 day treatment and birth control (pills) is it dangerous to take Penicillin?
Asked by Dallas Ascensio 4 months ago.

Call your local pharmacist. He or she is qualified to answer this question and will be happy to do so, free of charge. Answered by Matilda Creviston 4 months ago.

Not that I know of, but check with a Dr. or a pharmacist. Answered by Annika Seabaugh 4 months ago.


Will using miconazole nitrate 2% help with my yeast infection or cure it?
I let mine get a little out of hand. I am currently using the monistat 3 combo pack. The irritation is kinda bad,itchy, stings and such. I just need something that will help with the pain and irritation. I have plain miconazole nitrate. Please and thank you Asked by Joey Semple 4 months ago.

Miconazole Nitrate 2% is an anti fungal cream that is the same as monistat. I am assuming it is the kind that you insert vaginally? If so, then yes it will cure your yeast infection. But since you are already using the ovules in the combo pack, there is no need to use it. The ovules should clear up the infection. If you are talking about the tube of miconazole nitrate that came in the combo pack for external use, then yes you apply it on the outside of the vaginal opening and it helps relieve the symptoms, that's what it's in there for :) Answered by Michelle Hinley 4 months ago.


Is it ok to start a 3 day miconazole treatment during the day?
Ok so this is my first yeast infection and like there is so much discharge, is that normal? Also can I start the treatment now and would iy make this discharge stop? Please help!!! Asked by Andreas Bisher 4 months ago.

you can start it whenever you want to but some of it may leak out so wear a pad. It won't work immediately but within a day or two it should. Answered by Darci Minge 4 months ago.

Yes, and no. It needs time to work and more than one dose. Answered by Reynaldo Brustmann 4 months ago.


When can I start having sex after taking Monistat 3 vaginal cream (Miconazole nitrate 4%)?
Asked by Doug Rainha 4 months ago.

The day after the last treatment. Answered by Domonique Boast 4 months ago.

After the Yeast infection is GONE. I did after my last treatment and my b/f got an infection because of it. Why take any chances! Answered by Asha Bernaudo 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
076773/001 MICONAZOLE 3 MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 4%

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