|Current labeling information suggests that a single 150 milligram (mg) dose of oral fluconazole to treat vaginal yeast infection is safe to take during pregnancy. However, the FDA noted that in rare cases higher doses taken during pregnancy (400 mg to.|
|'I went to see my GP countless times and on one occasion I just burst into tears as no one could work out what was wrong.' Then, in 2012, a few days after she broke down in tears at the surgery Jenny began choking, unable to clear mucus from her lungs.|
|Women who were at increased risk included those on a low 150-milligram dose. And, those on higher doses faced greater miscarriage risks, the study found. Of 5,382 women exposed to fluconazole from gestational week seven until birth, 21 experienced a .|
|Oh, and think twice before you reach for that innocent medicine to treat yeast infections, too: the chances of fainting could also increase if you use an American brand used to treat thrush Diflucan (fluconazole).. Even if you were one of the lucky.|
|Cocci, a particularly virulent saprophyte, lives just as well in the soil as it does in humans, where the lung seems to be a favorite habitat.. He's wary of experiencing any more side effects, like the fatigue that put him out of work for four.|
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