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Have yeast infection and cold. Taking diflucan, migranal nasal spray. Sufficient?

hello, I was taking diflucan 200 mg/72 hrs, had taken 2 doses and then started Migranal nasal spray several hours later. I am done with Migranal now, but while I was taking was very nauseous and anxious. I finished yesterday and today I m very, very cold and cranky. Not to mention I still have a terrible yeast infection which is doing little to improve my mood. How long should I wait before I take more diflucan?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Diflucon has nothing to do with the symptoms you are facing, some times occur with little effect. for that you can use anti ulcerants with your doctors advise.
Migranal drops will have many side effects like hives, difficulty breathing, nausia, swating etc, First stop deflucon drops and when you feel free of the symptoms you can take , deflucon.
From your quiry it is learnt, that you are suffering with cold, not much head ache, migranal is more use full for migraine headaches, but not for cold headaches. so confirm this first.
For yeast infection you should get at least 50% relief by this time, no relief means you may have another alternative medicines, confirm with your doctor.
Wishing for a quick recovery and thanks for calling.
Answered: Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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