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Monistat

No Prescription

Monistat belongs to a wide class of medicines known as antifungal drugs.
Monistat is prescribed throughout the world to patients who are suffering from yeast infections.
Monistat is prescribed to patients who are suffering from yeast (vaginal candida) infections.
Such medicines are meant to prevent the growth of fungus in the patient's organism.

Monistat is available in several formulations, including Monistat 3 vaginal suppositories, Monistat 7 vaginal cream and suppositories, and Monistat-Derm skin cream. Monistat's active ingredient, Miconazole, fights fungal infections.

Monistat 3 and Monistat 7 are prescribed for vaginal yeast infections. Monistat-Derm is prescribed for skin infections such as athlete's foot, ringworm, jock itch, yeast infection on the skin (cutaneous candidiasis), and tinea versicolor (a common skin condition that produces patches of white, tan, or brown finely flaking skin over the neck and trunk).

Contraindications

Monistat is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- HIV or AIDS;
- Foul-smelling discharge;
- Diabetes;
- Abdominal pain;
- Afever;

Side Effects

Monistat side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Burning;
- Hives;
- Increased urination;
- Itching;
- Shortness of breath;
- Skin irritation;
- Swelling of your lips tongue face;
- Throat closing;

Monistat side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Vulval Or Vaginal Itching;
- Rash;
- Irritation;
- Hives;
- Headaches;
- Cramping;
- Burning Sensation;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Monistat may also be known as:
- Albistat;
- Aloid;
- Anfugitarin;
- Antifungal;
- Biodol;
- Brentan;
- Castellani mit Miconazol;
- Ciconazol;
- Daknax;
- Daktar;
- Daktarin;
- Daktazol;
- Decomyk;
- De-Ol;
- Deralbine;
- Derma-Mykotral;
- Dermon;
- Dermonistat;
- Fantersol;
- Florid-F;
- Fungur M;
- Ginedak;
- Gino-Daczol;
- Ginotarin;
- Gyno-Daktarin;
- Gyno-Daktarin;
- Gyno-Mykotral;
- Gynotran;
- Hairscience Antidandruff;
- Hairscience Anti-Dandruff;
- InfectoSoor;
- Kruidvat Antischimmelcreme;
- Medacter;
- Mezolitan;
- Micatin;
- Micobeta;
- Micofim;
- Miconazole;
- Miconol;
- Micotar;
- Micotarin;
- Micotef;
- Micotgez;
- Micotral;
- Micotrim P;
- Micozen;
- Mykoderm Mund-Gel;
- Mykoderm;
- Nedis;
- Pitrion;
- Pivanozolo;
- Prilagin;
- Resolve Thrush;
- Resolve;
- Untano;
- Vobamyk;
- Vodol;
- ZeaSorb AF;
- Zimycan;
- Zole;

Dosage.

Monistat-7 VAGINAL CREAM

The usual daily dose is 1 applicatorful inserted into the vagina at bedtime for 7 consecutive days.

Monistat-7 VAGINAL SUPPOSITORIES

The usual daily dose is 1 suppository inserted into the vagina at bedtime for 7 consecutive days.

Monistat-DERM

For jock itch, ringworm, athlete's foot, or yeast infection of the skin, apply a thin layer of Monistat-Derm over the affected area morning and night. For tinea versicolor, apply a thin layer over the affected area once daily.
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