TERAZOL 7 Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019579/001.

Names and composition

"TERAZOL 7" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TERCONAZOLE.

Answered questions

Male yeast infection?
Can a man use Terazol 7 for a penile yeast infection? Asked by Ladawn Alverest 3 months ago.

are you infected with yeast visit there and check out the complete information about yeast Answered by Jamaal Denegre 3 months ago.

Terazol 7 which is a "-conazole" congeners are good for topical fungi, like jock itch and athletes foot, but useless for candida. Find ketoconazole or Monistat. Answered by Laurel Symon 3 months ago.


I have a Yeast Infection-Terazol 7?
I took Diflucan but it still felt very irritated and raw. So the I went back to the doctor and she gave me another Diflucan pill and Terazol 7. I am so terrified it will burn, Can anyone tell me about their experience with using Terazol 7? Asked by Dannie Cumiskey 3 months ago.

it might burn for a second or two but it makes it feel a lot better and will make it go away fast. Answered by Shayne Manship 3 months ago.


Why do they say you should you avoid sex if you are taking terazol 7?
Asked by Jackqueline Dulude 3 months ago.

It's to treat a vaginal yeast infection. If you have sex while having an infection, you could give it to your partner, who could then give it back to you. And also, since your vagina is irritated, sex can make it hurt and sting. Answered by Clara Arquero 3 months ago.


Yeast Infection Creams????-Please Help?
I am also ending my period, I don't know if that has anything to do with anything. Asked by Isabel Paparelli 3 months ago.

I was just prescribed Terazol 7 for my yeast infection. I was told to take it 3 days after my Diflucan. Will it burn me? If you have ever used any yeast infection cream, did it burn? for how long after you inserted it? How many days did the discomfort last? Thank you in advance for answering this question. I really would like to avoid the creams but the last time I took Diflucan it didn't work. Answered by Annelle Hanby 3 months ago.

I do not have recurring yeast infections. The thing is it's really mild right now compared to what I have been through in the last two weeks. My vaginal health is basically depressing me. I have itching only after I pee. Once I use a wipe to throughly clean my vagina and anus afterwards I am fine until I pee again. If you have used Terazol can you please tell me about your experience. Answered by Claud Barahana 3 months ago.

Terazol is better than over the counter creams in my opinion. It will burn for a day or two depending on how bad your infection is. Try the cream on the outside to see if that works. I have gotten yeast infections after my period before. I don't know if you're taking birth control pills, but sometimes they cause yeast infections. Answered by Javier Prock 3 months ago.

Yeast infection is caused by the unrestrained growth of a fungus called Candida albicans. These organisms normally thrive in the vagina in small numbers. Yeast infection is one of the most common infections of the vagina. The kind of food that we eat has a crucial role in yeast infection. Yeast infection is pretty common and in minor cases, such as itching on the infected area, the doctor will just prescribe some medication for external application or insertion into the vagina. Professional diagnosis is only for severe cases or persistent cases of infection and in most cases, it is not necessary. Avoid wearing jeans, legging, panty hose every day. Avoid the starchy foods, sugars, dairy, and fatty foods. Eat lots of yogurt and kefir (fermented soy). Avoid the use of plastic pants if possible. Check with your doctor or pharmacist about an anti-fungal cream for your baby Answered by Eilene Cabatu 3 months ago.


Has anyone been on any long term use of terazol and metrondazole pills or gel during pregnancy?
I am 27 weeks pregnant and have had 3 yeast infections and 3 bacterial infections since I'm 21 weeks pregnant. It's been vicious cycle! I get BV and then either the metrondazole gel or pills give me a bad yeast infection. They had me try 3 diflucans at first which did nothing then terazol 7 which helped,... Asked by Shenika Ellerson 3 months ago.

I am 27 weeks pregnant and have had 3 yeast infections and 3 bacterial infections since I'm 21 weeks pregnant. It's been vicious cycle! I get BV and then either the metrondazole gel or pills give me a bad yeast infection. They had me try 3 diflucans at first which did nothing then terazol 7 which helped, but then my BV came back and had to take the metrondazole pills and the yeast came back and now I'm on terazol for 14 days, just went back to the doctor yesterday and I still have both infections!!!!! Can anyone give me advice? I'm sooo nervous that all of this medication is bad for my baby!! Answered by Mark Daquila 3 months ago.

Yeast infections aren't that easy to permanently get rid of. Many products can temporarily relieve the symptoms, but a long term treatment approach will be your best bet to completely elliminate it. One of the more popular and effective homeopathic solutions is yeastrol. It's very effective at treating yeast infections in children. What you can also do to speed the recovery is to change their diet in a way that will starve the yeast organisms (Candida). Things that you should remove from their diet are all sodas, sugars, fruit, fermented foods, foods containing white flour, alcohol (especially beer), antacids and any product that has yeast or mold. Things to add to their diet are live yogurt cultures (or take Acidophilus), plenty of water, fresh vegetables, lots of protein rich foods, whey protein, raw garlic, nuts, seeds, oils, millet, rice and oat brans. Hope this helps and best of luck! :) I've included the link to their website if you're interested Answered by Kasey Batt 3 months ago.


Yeast infection ( terazol 3)?
ok I have a concern I am on my second yeast infection in the past year the first time I got it my doctor (back then) gave me dilflucan for the yeast as well as merto gel for a bacterial overgowth (she told me NO sex while on treatment) this time I have a new doctor and she only gave me a vaginal cream this time (3... Asked by Petra Tennon 3 months ago.

ok I have a concern I am on my second yeast infection in the past year the first time I got it my doctor (back then) gave me dilflucan for the yeast as well as merto gel for a bacterial overgowth (she told me NO sex while on treatment) this time I have a new doctor and she only gave me a vaginal cream this time (3 day application) I asked about having sex and she said it was not a problem as long as I have sex before the applications. This is the complete opposite of what my previuos docotor had told me? What's going on? she gave me terazol 3 (3 day application at bedtime) Answered by Leia Jaysura 3 months ago.

I've had a ZILLION yeast infections, I'm prone to them (and I'm 47). So I can tell you this: if you have sex while you are still trying to treat it, it will make it worse. Not only that, they guy might carry some of the yeast on him and pass it back to you later! So...do the treatments the doc gives you, wait the three days (7 is better ), and then resume sex if you feel totally well and itch/pain free. Another thing I do, because I'm so susceptible; is that I buy the over-the-counter cream medications and put them in EVERY TIME after I have sex. It keeps them from coming back. The fact is, any sexual activity or on-coming period or lack of sleep or too much sugar can bring one on. So...get the over-the=counter 7 day cream or suppositories and stick some in after sex for the night. This should help you from getting a full-blown infection. If you don't want to do this, make sure you always have an over-the-counter Monistat treatment box in your bathroom when it crops up after sex or whenever so you can treat it ASAP. Answered by Rheba Sonsteng 3 months ago.


Please help with, YEAST INFECTION? maybe.?
I had a bladder infection so I went to the doc and got penicillin for it. a couple days later my vagine got super ichy and dry so I went to walmart and got canest oral. (symptoms did not go away) my bladder infection did not go away either go I went to the doc again and she prescribed me more penicillin. I finished... Asked by Freeman Rosenbluth 3 months ago.

I had a bladder infection so I went to the doc and got penicillin for it. a couple days later my vagine got super ichy and dry so I went to walmart and got canest oral. (symptoms did not go away) my bladder infection did not go away either go I went to the doc again and she prescribed me more penicillin. I finished my penicillin yesterday and my bladder infection is gone but now the symptoms of my 'yeast infection' got worse. two days ago I got vaginal canest and still no help. Symptoms got so bad that it stings the outside on my vagina when I go pee. it hurts to wipe, and ichy! I am in a lot of pain. I went to the doc last night and she took a look, I have one bump on the lip of my vagina with puss but she said I shouldn't worry but we tested it anyways. she prescribed me terazol 7. When will this start working ? and does this sound like a yeast infection?! Answered by Julianne Belsky 3 months ago.

Your doctor thinks it is a yeast infection since that is why terazol is prescribed. So I would not be overly concerned. Usually it works in 3 to 7 days. Answered by Beula Kuss 3 months ago.


I was just told that i have a yeast infection, and I had no Idea I had one. What are the signs. HELP?
Asked by Petronila Pruss 3 months ago.

First of all don't panic. Yeast infections are usually easy to cure with over the counter creams. If those don't work you can get a prescriptions such as Diflucan (pill) or Terazol 7 (cream) which are very effective. Candidiasis is an infection caused by a group of microscopic fungi or yeast. There are more than 20 species of Candida, the most common being Candida albicans. These fungi live on all surfaces of our bodies. Under certain conditions, they can become so numerous they cause infections, particularly in warm and moist areas. Examples of such infections are vaginal yeast infections, thrush, skin and diaper rash, and nailbed infections. In women, yeast infections are the second most common reason for vaginal burning, itching, and discharge. Yeasts are found in the vagina of most women and can overgrow if the environment in the vagina changes. Antibiotic and steroid use is the most common reason for yeast overgrowth. But pregnancy, menstruation, sperm, diabetes, and birth control pills also can contribute to getting a yeast infection. Yeast infections are more common after menopause. In women, signs and symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection are a white cheesy discharge that typically itches and irritates the vagina and surrounding outer tissues. On occasion there may be pain with sexual intercourse or burning with urination. Personally, my symptoms have been a dull ache in my lower abdomen and nausea. I get a yeast infection every time I take antibiotic and my doctor prescribes Diflucan along with the antibiotic. Most women can treat yeast infections at home with over-the-counter medications: Miconazole (Monistat-Derm, Monistat Vaginal) Tioconazole (Vagistat Vaginal) Butoconazole (Femstat) Clotrimazole (Femizole-7, Gyne-Lotrimin) With proper treatment, most candidal infections go away without further problems. Vaginal yeast infections, thrush, and diaper rash usually clear in 1-2 weeks. In people with weakened immune systems, these infections can come back and become hard to treat. You should also try to replenish the beneficial bacteria by eating yogurt or going to a health food store and buying acidophillus to take. Answered by Robby Chowen 3 months ago.

You can just have some discard (like cottage cheese) or discard with itchiness. Yeast infection, an overgrowth of the fungus Candida albicans, can affect skin, nails, or mucous membranes of the mouth, vagina, bronchi, and lungs. Vaginal yeast infections are one of the most common reasons women seek healthcare. Diet to the rescue! Stay away from refined carbohydrates, such as sugars, to prevent vaginal infections Are you experiencing...? Symptoms may include external and internal genitalia itching and a white discharge Self-care for yeast infection can be approached in a number of ways—but it can be hard to know just where to start. To make it easier, our doctors recommend trying these simple steps first: Get an antifungal agent To stop an active infection, use over-the-counter antifungal agents or see your doctor for prescription antifungal medicine Ask your doctor about problem medicines Find out whether you can avoid taking antibiotics, oral contraceptives, or adrenal corticosteroids (such as prednisone) that may lead to yeast infection Switch to cotton underwear Avoid the increased risks of yeast infection associated with nylon underwear and tights Try beneficial bacteria To prevent the overgrowth of yeast organisms, eat yogurt containing live acidophilus cultures daily Answered by Carlie Seelig 3 months ago.

Yeast infections are characterized by a creamy white discharge and itching. It's easily treated with over-the-counter products like Monistat, which you can get at a pharmacy. In the meantime, keep the area clean and dry, and wear cotton underwear so it won't get worse. Answered by Kaleigh Flenory 3 months ago.

White or Yellow coloured discharge. Alcohol type smell. Please go to a free clinic and be sure. There are many mild drugs for treating this if you see a physician. One thing they won't mention to you but if you bring it up they will say yes... Ease up on the Dairy Products. Until the infection leaves. Yeast feeds of this in your body. Sometimes it can go away just with this action. Though mild antibiodics help. Answered by Huong Cavaretta 3 months ago.

Abnormal vaginal discharge Ranges from a slightly watery, white discharge to a thick, white, chunky discharge (like cottage cheese) Vaginal and labial itching, burning Redness of the vulvar skin Inflammation of the vulvar skin Pain with intercourse Urination, painful Answered by Kathlene Polczynski 3 months ago.

Itching and a cheesy like discharge would be some signs. Not a big deal tho, every women gets them in her lifetime. As long as you have seen your GYN I wouldn't worry. With medication, it will be gone soon. Don't worry about it, we all get them sooner or later. You'll be fine. Answered by Marcelino Kurtich 3 months ago.

itchy & red. chunky white discharge, no bad smell. Monistat works great for me. 14 bucks at Walmart Answered by Adria Dubeck 3 months ago.


How do i know if my yeast infection is gone?
I was taking antibotics for strep-c and after my period was gone, i noticed the white cottage cheese stuff.... then i was very irritated down there, itchy. I took the 1day treatment, but it didn't seem to work. A few days ago i started the 7 day treatment and i don't have the cottage cheese discharge... Asked by Thurman Icenhour 3 months ago.

I was taking antibotics for strep-c and after my period was gone, i noticed the white cottage cheese stuff.... then i was very irritated down there, itchy. I took the 1day treatment, but it didn't seem to work. A few days ago i started the 7 day treatment and i don't have the cottage cheese discharge anymore but i am still a LITTLE irritated and it really burns when i apply the cream and stuff.. but everything else is normal. so.. How will i know when my yeast infection is gone?? should i continue using the 7day until it's done? Answered by Lavona Servey 3 months ago.

SECRET? CRANBERRY JUICE AND YOGERT. ANYTIBIOTICS DO PROMOTE YEAST PRODUCTION SO WHAT YOU GOT WAS NORMAL. TRY SOME NIVEA BODY CREAM AND HYDROCORTISON CREAM EXTERNALLY AND VAGISIL ANTI ITCH CREAM TOO. DO GET ANOTHER ROUND OF YEAST INFECTION OR YOU CAN TRY A PILL CALLED- DIFLUCAN TOO.PRESC. FOR YEAST INFECTIONS. TERAZOL 7 IS STRONGER W PRESCRIP TOO SO TRY ALL THAT. IF NON WORK TIME TO SEE YOUR GYN. Answered by Arlean Carris 3 months ago.

you need to continue the treatment for the whole 7 days. If you still have the itching after that, go to the doctor. You might have something other that a yeast infection. Bacterial Vaginosis is an infection that causes itching too- and you need an antibiotic for it. I would suggest eating lots of yogert while you take the 7 day treatment too. It has a probiotic that helps get rid of the yeast Answered by Moses Vaughen 3 months ago.

SECRET? CRANBERRY JUICE AND YOGERT. ANYTIBIOTICS DO PROMOTE YEAST PRODUCTION SO WHAT YOU GOT WAS NORMAL. TRY SOME NIVEA BODY CREAM AND HYDROCORTISON CREAM EXTERNALLY AND VAGISIL ANTI ITCH CREAM TOO. DO GET ANOTHER ROUND OF YEAST INFECTION OR YOU CAN TRY A PILL CALLED- DIFLUCAN TOO.PRESC. FOR YEAST INFECTIONS. TERAZOL 7 IS STRONGER W PRESCRIP TOO SO TRY ALL THAT. IF NON WORK TIME TO SEE YOUR GYN. Answered by Ailene Behal 3 months ago.

I would honestly consult your doctor. Just to make sure that is what's going on and if it is they can possibly prescribe a better product. Answered by Kurtis Loyborg 3 months ago.

just keep doing the treatment and then after your done youll be like wow i feel clean. and it wont itch or anything. just keep doing it or it might not go away completely Answered by Betsy Vanderzanden 3 months ago.


Can a yeast infection hurt my baby?
I'm 31 weeks pregnant and today i went to he doctors and i told them how i had a milky discharge and how i was hurting,it turns out i have a yeast infection and he gave me a prescription for Terazol 7 0.4% cream. I was just wondering if anyone has had this problem before? See i've never had a yeast infection before... Asked by Shona Hurme 3 months ago.

I'm 31 weeks pregnant and today i went to he doctors and i told them how i had a milky discharge and how i was hurting,it turns out i have a yeast infection and he gave me a prescription for Terazol 7 0.4% cream. I was just wondering if anyone has had this problem before? See i've never had a yeast infection before and if this med don't work then i'm going to be worried as hell. Can it harm the baby? Answered by Clora Bardales 3 months ago.

Hi there, Even though you're pregnant the following natural suggestions I have for your should be perfectly safe. Of course I'm just putting it out there for you, its your decision in the end, although at the very least I think treatments 1-4 should be fine. There are many things you need to start doing and addressing if you are suffering from a yeast infection. To start, do the following: 1. Wear loose clothing and undergarments, oxygen kills yeast, going commando and wearing nothing down there if possible is even better. 2. Get some unsweetened yogurt and rub it onto a tampon, insert the tampon and do this continually until the yeast infection is gone. 3. Cut out any and all sugar, alcohol and yeast from your diet. All three will promote the infection further. 4. Start drinking cranberry juice, pure not from concentrate with no added sugar, I know this goes against the no sugar thing but the acid content in the cranberries will alter the PH balance of your vagina and cause the yeast to die off. 5. If you can tolerate it, use a raw garlic clove and apply it to the infection, this may burn so dilute it with some olive or coconut oil, both of which can also help eliminate the yeast, especially the coconut. 6. Take a probiotic with at least 50 billion live cells per pill, this is key in redistributing good bacteria throughout your body, and effectively end the yeast infection. You must do this continually until you have eliminated your yeast infections and Candida entirely. 7. Lastly if all else fails, begin adding 2 cups of apple cider vinegar to a bath. Only fill the tub up high enough to submerge your genital area. Stay in the tub for 20-30 minutes at a time. Hope this helps, the yogurt is the key really, by putting good bacteria directly on the area you will eliminate it quickly. Make sure it is unsweetened and ideally keep an eye out for a variation called Kefir which has even more beneficial bacteria in it to snuff out the infection. For more natural therapies for Vaginal Yeast Infections check out my source box. Answered by Elizebeth Batcher 3 months ago.

well it cant really harm the baby unless it becomes untreated. Untreated it can lead to a fragile cervix and u wont be able to maintain pregnancy or withstand delivery. but it is common to have a yeast infection during pregnancy Answered by Ehtel Seraiva 3 months ago.

If you don't take care of it, then yes it can. This is a very common problem during pregnancy. Drink lots of water and eat yogurt. The medicine will take care of the problem. Good luck!! Answered by Flora Guisbert 3 months ago.


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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019579/001 TERAZOL 7 TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019579/001 TERAZOL 7 TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%
019641/001 TERAZOL 3 TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
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075953/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.8%
076043/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%
076712/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%
076850/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
077149/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
077553/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG

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