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What is Zolax (Fluconazole) used for?
Zolox (Fluconazole) can treat many different infections of that are caused by fungi. This includes infections of the mouth, throat, esophagus, lungs, bladder, genital area, and the blood. In cases of decreased immune function (eg. cancer patients, bone marrow transplant patients or patients with AIDS) Zolox (Fluconazole) can be used to help prevent infection.
How should I use Zolax (Fluconazole)?
Fluconazole dosages depend on the condition being treated, but are usually around 100mg - 200mg per day. Your doctor will prescribe an individual dosage for you. Do not change this dosage except under instruction from your doctor. Do not stop taking fluconazole until advised by your doctor.
Swallow each capsule of Zolox (Fluconazole) whole with a glass of water. You can take Zolox (Fluconazole) with or without food.
What are the side effects of Zolax (Fluconazole)?
Some of the more common side effects associated with Zolox (Fluconazole) include::
More serious side effects that will require you to get in touch with your doctor include:
Zolox (Fluconazole) is contraindicated if you take cisapride, erythromycin, pimozide, or quinidine.
Tell you doctor if any of the following apply to you:
Pregnant women or breast-feeding mothers you should not take Zolox (Fluconazole) unless specifically advised by your doctor.