Monistat - tioconazole

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:53 by admin
Monistat 1 Yeast Infection Treatment

Monistat 1 (tioconazole or miconazole cream) is a single application antifungal medication sold over the counter for the treatment of vaginal yeast infections.  Because of its ease of use and its over-the-counter drug status, Monistat 1 is widely perceived by the public to be safe for application in the treatment of typical vaginal yeast infections.

In recent years, some adverse event reports involving Monistat 1 have been documented in which women have suffered extremely severe allergic skin reactions after applying the Monistat 1 cream.  Rashes, burning, and irritation in the application area have occurred because of Monistat 1’s harshness.  There have also been possible serious reactions, such as bleeding gums, among women on bloodthinners (warfarin) using Monistat.

Consult with your physician about any problems you may experience associated with the Monistat 1 one yeast infection treatment.  Additionally, if you have been injured as a result of the Monistat 1 OTC yeast infection medicated cream, you may wish to speak to an attorney today.  InjuryBoardattorneys are handling Monistat cases currently and will review yours free''' of charge. 

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See Also

  1. Anti-fungal Drugs: Overview
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