Diflucan 100 mg Tablets

Diflucan® (fluconazole) is a prescription drug used for treating various types of fungal infections. It is also approved to prevent fungal infections in people undergoing bone marrow transplantations. The medication comes in various forms and strengths, including:
  • Diflucan 50 mg tablets
  • Diflucan 100 mg tablets
  • Diflucan 150 mg tablets
  • Diflucan 200 mg tablets
  • Diflucan powder for oral suspension (which is mixed by a pharmacist to a concentration of 10 or 40 mg per mL, depending on the strength)
  • Diflucan 2 mg per mL injection (available in various package sizes).
The recommended dose for treating thrush is one 200-mg tablet on the first day, followed by one Diflucan 100 mg tablet once daily for at least two weeks (for thrush of the mouth or throat) or at least three weeks (for thrush of the esophagus). The standard dosage for treating vaginal yeast infections is a single dose of 150 mg taken by mouth. The amounts of Diflucan for treating other Candida infections (such as bloodstream, urinary tract, or abdominal infections) have not been clearly established.
(Click Diflucan Dosage for more information about when and how to take the various forms of Diflucan, how dosing works for children, and tips on using this drug.)
Last reviewed by: Kristi Monson, PharmD
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