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Vaginal yeast infection is a very common infection that affects most of the women at some in their lives. Burning and itching of the vagina and the vulva along with thick white discharge and irritation are the symptoms seen in women with a vaginal yeast infection. Vaginal yeast infection is an overgrowth of a type of fungus called yeast in the vagina. It is also known as vaginal candidiasis. It is not a sexually transmitted infection, but a woman can spread the fungus through the mouth to genital contact.

The treatment of yeast infection depends on the extent of severity of the infection. An uncomplicated infection would have mild to moderate symptoms, whereas a complicated infection would last long and thus would need a long-term course of treatment. Women prefer over the counter medications for self-treatment of these infections. Being sexually active, having uncontrolled diabetes, and use of antibiotics are some of the factors that increase your risk of having a vaginal yeast infection. Discomfort is often the major complication associated with vaginal yeast infections. Symptoms of the infection disappear with proper treatment in most women.

  1. What is a vaginal yeast infection
  2. Vaginal yeast infections symptoms
  3. Vaginal yeast infections causes and risk factors
  4. Prevention of vaginal yeast infections
  5. Diagnosis of vaginal yeast infections
  6. Vaginal yeast infections treatment
  7. Vaginal yeast infections complications and prognosis
  8. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Vaginal Yeast Infection
  9. Medicines for Vaginal Yeast Infection
  10. Doctors for Vaginal Yeast Infection

What is a vaginal yeast infection

Yeast is a type of fungus that generally thrives in the vagina in small numbers. When the yeast grows uncontrollably in the vagina, vaginal yeast infection occurs. Candida albicans is the type of yeast that causes this overgrowth. Girls and women of all ages can acquire this fungal infection. Three in four women (75%) will have a vaginal yeast infection at least once in a lifetime. As per Center for Disease Control (CDC), about 75% of women have a yeast infection at least once in a lifetime, and about 40% to 45% of women will have two or more yeast infections.

What is Vaginal Yeast Infection?

Vaginal yeast infection, also known as candidiasis, is an infection of the vagina caused by a yeast named Candida. Candida is a normally occurring yeast that lives in several sites of the body, such as the gut, mouth, throat, skin, and vagina, without causing any trouble. The problem arises when the Candida multiplies and causes an infection. The multiplication of Candida is affected when the environment inside the vagina changes. The infection causes itching and burning in the vulva and vagina. Vaginal yeast infection or Candidiasis is also known by the names Candida vaginitis or vulvovaginal candidiasis.

Vaginal yeast infections symptoms

Although vaginal yeast infections are mild, some women may develop serious infections involving swelling, cracks in the vaginal wall, and redness. The signs of vaginal yeast infection are similar to those of other types of vaginal infections. Your doctor can identify if you have candidiasis or any other infection. Symptoms of vaginal candidiasis are as follows:

  • Burning sensation or pain during urination. (Painful urination treatment)
  • Itching and irritation in the tissues of the vaginal opening (vulva) and the vagina.
  • Pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Vaginal soreness or pain.
  • Swelling and redness of the vulva.
  • Vaginal rash.
  • White, thick, odour-free vaginal discharge with an appearance of cottage cheese.
  • Watery vaginal discharge.

If you have the following symptoms, you might have a complicated vaginal yeast infection if:

  • you have had four or more yeast infections in a year.
  • you are pregnant.
  • you have uncontrolled diabetes.
  • you have serious symptoms, such as swelling and itching that cause cracks, tears or sores, or extensive redness.
  • your immune system becomes weak due to some medications or conditions, such as HIV.
  • your infection is caused by another type of Candida species and not from Candida albicans.

Vaginal yeast infections causes and risk factors

Causes

Vaginal yeast infections occur due to overgrowth of the yeast Candida. Most of the yeast infections in the vagina occur due to Candida albicans. This infection is effectively treated with the standard infection medications. If vaginal yeast infection occurs repeatedly (more than 4 times in a year) it means that you are infected with a different type of yeast other than Candida albicans. Such infections are resistant to the standard treatment for Candida albicans yeast infections and need more aggressive therapies. Although yeast infections are not sexually transmitted, they occur after some certain sexual acts such as oral sex. Besides, women who are not sexually active can also acquire vaginal yeast infections. The vagina naturally has a balanced mixture of bacteria and yeast, including Candida. The lactobacillus bacteria produce an acid that helps stop the excess growth of the yeast. When this balance is disrupted, it causes abnormal growth of the fungus and leads to a yeast infection.

Risk factors

Here are some of the factors that increase your risk of getting a yeast infection:

  • Weak immune system
    Women who have taken steroid medications or those who have an HIV infection have lower immunity levels and are likely to acquire yeast infections.
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
    Women with diabetes and having poorly controlled blood sugar levels are at a higher risk of developing a yeast infection than women with well-controlled diabetes.
  • Sexual activity
    Vaginal yeast infections are not transmitted sexually; however, oral-genital sexual contact can spread the Candida fungus.
  • Increased levels of estrogen
    Yeast infections are common in women with higher estrogen levels. Women who are pregnant or those taking estrogen therapy or high dose estrogen birth control pills have increased estrogen levels.
  • Use of antibiotics
    Women who are taking antibiotics over a long period of time are more prone to get yeast infections. Broad-spectrum antibiotics kill almost all ranges of bacteria including the healthy bacteria in your vagina. Loss of the healthy bacteria can cause an imbalance in the vaginal environment and lead to overgrowth of the yeast.

Prevention of vaginal yeast infections

One of the key steps in preventing vaginal yeast infection is to practice good genital hygiene. To cut down your risk of vaginal yeast infections, follow these prevention tips:

  • Avoid tight-fitting clothing such as skinny jeans and pantyhose. They make you sweat more and increase body temperature in your genital area. Wear loose-fitting pants, cotton underwear, or skirts. Try not to wear underwear while sleeping.
  • Stay away from scented or deodorized tampons, feminine powders, sprays, perfumes, or douche. These products can change the natural balance of micro-organisms in your vagina.
  • Change out of wet clothes, such as swimsuits or workout attire, right away. Wearing a wet swimsuit for hours may keep your vaginal area moist and war, leading to vaginal yeast infection.
  • When you are on your period, change your pads or tampons often. (Read more - Period pain remedies)
  • Stay out of very hot baths and hot tubs.
  • Keep your vaginal area clean. Use unscented mild soaps and water. Rinse well.
  • Avoid unnecessary use of antibiotics for viral infections or colds.
  • Wipe from front to back after using the toilet. Avoid spreading the bacteria or yeast from your anus to the urinary tract or vagina.
  • Cotton innerwear is a good option. Wear underwear that helps your genital area dry and does not hold in moisture and warmth.

Diagnosis of vaginal yeast infections

Your doctor will ask a detailed history of your symptoms along with aggravating and relieving factors. In addition, your doctor will perform a pelvic examination. On pelvic examination, the following signs may be detected by your doctor:

  • Dry white spots on the vaginal wall.
  • Redness and swelling in the vagina, vulva, and on the cervix.
  • Cracks on the skin of the vulva.
  • You may also be required to get a Wet mount and KOH (potassium hydroxide) test done to test your vaginal discharge.
  • The doctor may ask for a culture test if your infection recurs often or if the infection does not improve with treatment.
  • The doctor may test your vaginal discharge using a cotton swab, and a lab technician will look for any fungal overgrowth in the swab sample.
  • Other tests may be suggested to rule out the other causes of your symptoms.

Vaginal yeast infections treatment

The treatment of vaginal yeast infections depends on if it is an uncomplicated or complicated yeast infection.

If your yeast infection does not happen repeatedly and the symptoms are mild to moderate, it is an uncomplicated yeast infection. The following treatment is advised for an uncomplicated vaginal yeast infection:

  • Single dose anti-fungal medication
    You might be prescribed a one-time single oral dose of fluconazole, which is an antifungal medication. You may also take two single doses for three days if symptoms are severe.
  • Vaginal creams and suppositories
    Over-the-counter antifungal vaginal creams and suppositories are useful for many women, and they are a safe choice during pregnancy. Treatment with these lasts typically from three to seven days.
  • Short course vaginal therapy
    Antifungal medications available as ointments, creams, tablets, and suppositories may be used. An antifungal regimen lasting up to one, three, or seven days will typically clear the yeast infection. Following medications have been shown to be effective:
    • Butoconazole
    • Clotrimazole
    • Miconazole
    • Terconazole

These medications are available as over-the-counter or as prescription-only medicines. You may experience irritation or slight burning while applying the medication. The creams and suppositories are oil-based, so they could weaken the diaphragms and latex condoms, which is why you may need to use an alternative form of birth control.

Make sure to have a follow-up appointment with your doctor if your symptoms do not resolve after following the treatment or if you notice the signs coming back within two months of the treatment. (Read more - Vaginal yeast infection remedies)

If you have a complicated yeast infection, your doctor may recommend the following therapies:

  • Multidose antifungal medication
    Two to three doses of oral fluconazole may be prescribed instead of a vaginal treatment. This therapy would not be recommended for pregnant women.
  • Long course vaginal therapy
    The treatment regimen of azoles medications for 7-14 days can effectively clear the yeast infection. Medications are usually in the form of vaginal creams, vaginal ointments, vaginal tablets, or suppositories.
  • Maintenance plan
    If you have frequent yeast infections, your doctor may advise you to follow a medication routine to prevent yeast overgrowth and future infections. A maintenance treatment is started once the yeast infection is cleared with treatment. A lengthy treatment of up to 14 days to remove the yeast infection may be needed before starting the maintenance therapy. The maintenance regimen may include.
  • Fluconazole
    These tablets are prescribed once a week for six months.
  • Clotrimazole
    Few doctors may prescribe clotrimazole as a suppository once a week instead of an oral medication.

If you have had recurrent vaginal yeast infections, your doctor might advise treatment for your sex partner. If any symptoms arise of a genital yeast infection or while using a condom during intercourse, the partner would have to be treated for a yeast infection.

Lifestyle management

Here are some tips that you can take a note of to manage a vaginal yeast infection:

  • If you have diabetes, make sure to keep your blood sugar levels under control.
  • Research says eating non-flavoured plain yogurt with live cultures may help prevent yeast infections. It contains the ‘good’ lactobacillus bacteria. Yeasts love sugars so choose a sugarless brand. Daily oral probiotics may also be beneficial.
  • The best way to stay away from yeast infections would be to make changes in your intimate hygiene and diet.
  • Make sure that you change your tampons and sanitary pads often.
  • Avoid using bubble baths, coloured toilet paper, body washes, and scented feminine products.

Vaginal yeast infections complications and prognosis

In most of the cases, symptoms of vaginal yeast infections go away entirely with appropriate treatment.

Complications

Vaginal yeast infections cause discomfort and no specific medical complications. Possible complications that arise due to vaginal yeast infections are as follows:

  • Excessive scratching may crack your skin and make you more prone to a skin infection.
  • Vaginal candidiasis is the most typical form of fungal diseases reported in pregnant women. It might cause infections in babies specifically in low birth weight babies and in premature babies after delivery.
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Medicines for Vaginal Yeast Infection

Medicines listed below are available for Vaginal Yeast Infection. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
AcrofluAcroflu 150 Mg Tablet12.0
AdeconAdecon 150 Mg Tablet8.0
AfAf 150 Tablet9.0
AlbicanAlbican 150 Mg Tablet15.0
AnglofluAngloflu 150 Mg Tablet4.0
Antican OAntican O 150 Mg Tablet10.0
AtcanAtcan 150 Mg Tablet15.0
Atcan (Atopic)Atcan 200 Mg Tablet10.0
Atcan (Dermocare)Atcan Tablet19.0
CandiCandi 150 Mg Tablet22.0
CandigylCandigyl 100 Mg Tablet59.0
CanexCanex 0.5 Mg Gel52.0
CantrasCantras 150 Mg Tablet79.0
Canzol (Bsp)Canzol 150 Mg Tablet41.0
CazoleCazole 150 Mg Tablet579.0
Cona (Monokem)Cona Tablet11.0
ConfluConflu 0.3% Eye Drops37.0
CozenCozen 150 Mg Tablet12.0
DepxitDepxit Capsule23.0
Fa (Thrift)Fa 150 Mg Tablet18.0
Falcon (Vanguard)Falcon 200 Mg Tablet48.0
Falcon (Concern)Falcon 5 Mg Tablet10.0
FazeFaze 150 Mg Tablet9.0
FazolFazol 100 Mg Tablet18.0
FloretFloret 150 Mg Tablet15.0
FloroxanFloroxan 150 Mg Tablet35.0
FlozFloz 150 Mg Tablet27.0
Flucan (Bombay)Flucan 100 Mg Capsule102.0
FlucanFlucan 150 Mg Tablet34.0
FlucazFlucaz 150 Mg Tablet12.0
Fluco (Udik)Fluco 150 Mg Capsule26.0
FlucolFlucol 650 Mg Tablet31.0
FluconaFlucona 150 Mg Tablet9.0
FluconijFluconij Tablet18.0
FlucosFlucos 0.3%W/W Powder87.55
FlucosynFlucosyn 150 Mg Tablet12.0
FlucotageFlucotage Capsule18.0
FlucovarFlucovar 150 Mg Tablet9.0
FludermFluderm 0.01% Lotion80.0
FludocFludoc 150 Mg Tablet8.0
Fludon (Panzer)Fludon 150 Mg Tablet14.0
FludonFludon 150 Mg Tablet145.0
FlukaFluka 150 Mg Tablet16.0
Flumet(Leeford)Flumet 150 Mg Tablet6.0
FlumitFlumit 150 Mg Tablet16.0
FlunazFlunaz 150 Mg Capsule46.0
Flunaz (United Biotech)Flunaz 150 Mg Tablet28.0
FluocFluoc 150 Mg Tablet12.0
FluolFluol 0.025% Mg/1% Mg Cream54.86
FluriFluri 10 Mg Tablet34.0
FlustateFlustate 150 Mg Tablet41.0
FlusystFlusyst 150 Mg Tablet15.0
FlutecFlutec 150 Mg Tablet14.0
FluticanFlutican 150 Mg Tablet Dt71.0
FluxanFluxan Capsule23.0
Fluxit (Tripada)Fluxit Tablet42.0
FluzaFluza 150 Mg Tablet7.0
FluzideFluzide 150 Mg Capsule25.0
Fluzole (Denis)Fluzole Infusion60.0
FluzonFluzon 100 Mg Tablet87.0
Flu ZFlu Z Tablet30.0
FoleFole 100 Mg Tablet5.0
FonazoleFonazole 150 Mg Tablet32.0
ForcanForcan 100 Mg Tablet Dt36.0
FunazFunaz 150 Mg Tablet4.0
FuneFune Tablet14.0
Fungal FFungal F 150 Mg Tablet16.0
Fungi (Signova)Fungi 150 Mg Capsule22.0
FungibanFungiban 150 Mg Tablet17.0
Fungicare (Lancer)Fungicare 150 Mg Tablet13.0
Fungid BestFungid Best 150 Mg Tablet15.0
Fungizole (Graf)Fungizole 150 Mg Capsule12.0
FungonilFungonil Tablet12.0
FunsporFunspor 150 Mg Tablet15.0
FusysFusys 150 Mg Tablet82.0
FutizaFutiza 150 Mg Tablet14.0
FzFz 150 Mg Tablet13.0
FzhhFzhh 150 Mg Tablet15.0
GocanGocan 150 Mg Tablet9.0
HalnazHalnaz 150 Mg Tablet7.0
HilzolHilzol 150 Mg Tablet16.0
JucanJucan 150 Mg Tablet16.0
LocanLocan 150 Mg Tablet15.0
LodoLodo 150 Mg Tablet15.0
LogicanLogican 150 Mg Capsule11.0
MycoparMycopar 150 Mg Tablet14.0
NazoleNazole 150 Mg Tablet14.0
NixicanNixican 150 Mg Tablet9.0
NtfungNtfung 150 Mg Tablet16.0
NufluconNuflucon 0.3% W/V Eye Drop72.5
OcanOcan 150 Mg Tablet7.0
OdiconOdicon 150 Mg Tablet6.0
OnecanOnecan 150 Mg Tablet46.0
Ozus(Mep)Ozus 150 Mg Tablet13.0
Ozus(Sto)Ozus 50 Mg Tablet32.0
PlitePlite Cream56.0
Q CanQ Can 150 Mg Capsule12.0
ReocanReocan 150 Mg Tablet29.0
Saf FSaf F 150 Mg Tablet31.0
SkicanSkican 150 Mg Tablet14.0
SolcanSolcan 150 Mg Tablet13.0
StafluStaflu 150 Mg Tablet31.0
Surfaz OSurfaz O 150 Mg Tablet16.0
SynadilSynadil Cream68.0
SyscanSyscan 150 Mg Capsule26.0
TheozoleTheozole 150 Mg Tablet10.0
Triben FTriben F 150 Mg Tablet16.0
UcoUco 150 Mg Tablet11.0
VenzolVenzol 150 Mg Tablet15.0
VilzoleVilzole 150 Mg Tablet14.0
VinfemVinfem 150 Mg Tablet10.0
Zecon (Zee)Zecon 150 Mg Capsule25.0
ZefunZefun 150 Mg Tablet30.0
ZerocanZerocan 150 Mg Tablet9.0
ZoconZocon 0.3% W/V Eye Drop47.8
ZolenZolen 150 Mg Tablet11.0
AdconAdcon 150 Mg Tablet17.0
AdifungAdifung 150 Mg Tablet13.0
AffluAfflu 150 Mg Tablet9.0
AgloconAglocon 150 Mg Tablet4.0
AlflucozAlflucoz 150 Mg Capsule11.0
AluconAlucon Tablet19.0
AntifAntif 150 Mg Tablet16.0
BtcBtc 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit0.0
CanawarCanawar 150 Mg Tablet11.0
CanzikaCanzika 150 Mg Tablet30.0
Clozole V6Clozole V6 Tablet16.0
Cona (Alpha)Cona 150 Mg Tablet18.0
EfcanEfcan Tablet14.0
EndidaEndida 150 Mg Capsule25.0
FabizolFabizol 150 Mg Tablet34.0
FcnFcn 150 Mg Tablet16.0
FconazFconaz 150 Mg Tablet16.0
F Con (Omega)F Con Tablet13.0
FedilFedil 150 Mg Tablet17.0
FlairFlair 150 Mg Tablet6.0
FlikaFlika 150 Mg Tablet12.0
FlowFlow 150 Mg Capsule31.0
FluactFluact 150 Mg Tablet20.0
Fluc (Adips)Fluc 150 Mg Capsule14.0
FlucalupFlucalup 50 Mg Tablet34.0
FlucessFlucess 150 Mg Tablet4.0
FlucideFlucide 150 Mg Tablet28.0
FlucinaFlucina 150 Mg Tablet13.0
FlucobigFlucobig 150 Mg Tablet5.0
FlucofitFlucofit 150 Mg Tablet14.0
FlucolabFlucolab Tablet32.0
FlucoleFlucole 150 Mg Tablet32.0
Flucol PFlucol P Tablet12.0
Flucol (Skn)Flucol Syrup17.0
FluconexFluconex 150 Mg Tablet20.0
FluconormFluconorm 150 Mg Tablet12.0
FlucoprideFlucopride 150 Mg Tablet18.0
FlucoricFlucoric 150 Mg Tablet20.0
Fluco (Serve)Fluco Tablet Dt62.0
FlucowinFlucowin 150 Mg Tablet35.0
FludarFludar 150 Mg Tablet14.0
FluentFluent 150 Mg Tablet4.0
FlugeeFlugee 150 Mg Tablet3.0
FluherFluher 150 Mg Tablet30.0
FlukemFlukem 150 Mg Tablet6.0
FlumedFlumed 150 Mg Tablet5.0
FlunacFlunac Capsule34.0
FlunaFluna Capsule28.0
FluneonFluneon 200 Mg Injection117.0
FlusonFluson 150 Mg Capsule12.0
FlustanFlustan 100 Mg Tablet83.0
FlutasFlutas 150 Mg Tablet16.0
FlutisFlutis 150 Mg Tablet12.0
FlutroxFlutrox 150 Mg Capsule24.0
FlutyFluty 150 Mg Tablet22.0
Fluza (Micro)Fluza 150 Mg Tablet15.0
FluzantFluzant 150 Mg Tablet4.0
FluzedFluzed Tablet13.0
FluzenFluzen Capsule2.0
Flu 20 mg CapsuleFlu 20 Mg Capsule38.0
FluzolFluzol 150 Mg Tablet4.0
FlzFlz 150 Mg Tablet31.0
FreecanFreecan 150 Mg Tablet11.0
FumycinFumycin 150 Mg Capsule11.0
FungibidFungibid 150 Tablet15.0
FungicipFungicip 150 Mg Tablet16.0
FungiconFungicon 150 Mg Capsule18.0
FungidFungid 50 Mg Tablet8.0
Fungikem OFungikem O 150 Mg Tablet10.0
FunginaFungina 150 Mg Capsule18.0
FunginilFunginil 150 Mg Tablet27.0
FungiparFungipar 150 Mg Tablet13.0
FungisanfFungisanf 150 Mg Tablet18.0
FungoFungo 150 Mg Tablet15.0
FuspinFuspin Tablet15.0
FuzolFuzol 150 Mg Tablet15.0
GlenfluGlenflu 150 Mg Tablet6.0
HinzoleHinzole Tablet29.0
IconIcon 0.5%W/W Powder99.0
IntawinIntawin Tablet 150 Mg16.0
KozoleKozole 150 Mg Tablet14.0
LifeconLifecon 150 Mg Tablet9.0
LodogelLodogel 100 Mg Tablet155.0
ManilinManilin 150 Mg Capsule11.0
MarkzoleMarkzole 150 Mg Tablet4.0
McstatMcstat 150 Mg Tablet15.0
Monila FMonila F Tablet15.0
MonocanMonocan 150 Mg Tablet7.0
MuconMucon 150 Mg Tablet34.0
MycosureMycosure 150 Mg Tablet58.0
MyzoleMyzole 150 Mg Tablet45.0
NeocanNeocan 150 Mg Capsule13.0
NipcanNipcan 150 Mg Capsule19.0
NucanNucan 150 Mg Tablet5.0
Nucan (Nectar)Nucan 150 Mg Tablet15.0
NuconazoleNuconazole 150 Mg Tablet13.0
NuconNucon 150 Mg Tablet16.0
OdcanOdcan 150 Mg Tablet26.0
OmcanOmcan 150 Mg Tablet20.0
PhozolPhozol 150 Mg Capsule19.0
PracanPracan 150 Mg Capsule15.0
SancanSancan 150 Mg Tablet22.0
SifcanSifcan 150 Mg Tablet13.0
StefazolStefazol 150 Mg Tablet3.0
SyfunSyfun 150 Mg Tablet24.0
SysfluSysflu Tablet11.0
TricanTrican Capsule25.0
TriconTricon Syrup65.0
TrucandTrucand 150 Mg Tablet9.0
TucanozolTucanozol 150 Mg Tablet34.0
UlticanUltican 150 Mg Tablet18.0
UticanUtican 150 Mg Tablet19.0
V CanV Can 150 Mg Capsule24.0
VulcanVulcan 150 Mg Tablet23.0
Zocon InfZocon Inf 200 Mg Infusion70.0
ZolcanZolcan 50 Mg Capsule23.0
ZomavZomav 150 Mg Tablet15.0
Clobital GmClobital Gm 2% W/W Cream32.45
ConidermConiderm 2% Cream61.9
Coniderm FbConiderm Fb Cream61.9
DaktarinDaktarin 2%W/W Gel66.5
DaktrinDaktrin 2% W/W Gel66.5
Dk (Hegde&Amp; Hegde)Dk 2% W/W Gel125.0
FungidermFungiderm 2% W/W Cream28.57
GynodaktarinGynodaktarin 2% Gel53.75
M CM C 2% W/W Gel65.0
MiconaMicona Cream33.68
UcemicUcemic 2% Cream38.13
ZoliveZolive 2% W/W Cream24.0
DermizoleDermizole 2% Cream18.0
FungitopFungitop 2% Cream13.12
MicogelMicogel Cream22.63
MiconelMiconel Gel57.68
Relin GuardRelin Guard 2% Cream13.65
RexgardRexgard 2% Cream37.5
RivizoleRivizole 2% Cream10.75
ZoleZole 2%W/W Ointment41.6
Flutec (Dermocare Labs)Flutec (Dermocare Labs) 0.5% W/W Cream110.0
CanfreeCanfree 150 Mg Tablet15.9
ConealConeal Eye Drop30.87
FlucocidFlucocid Eye Drop34.0
FlucometFlucomet 0.3% Eye Drops25.53
FungicareFungicare Cream21.0
TobTob Eye Drop60.0
TicoginaTicogina 6.5% Gel97.0
TiostatTiostat Gel106.7
VcandiVcandi 6.5% Gel99.0
NistinNistin 100000 Iu Ointment30.38
Af KitAf Kit 1000 Mg/750 Mg/150 Mg Tablet90.0
Afo KitAfo Kit 150 Mg/1000 Mg/750 Mg Tablet41.25
Fm 3Fm 3 Kit95.0
TermikitTermikit 150 Mg/1000 Mg/750 Mg Kit84.0
Orflaz KitOrflaz Kit118.0
VaginobactVaginobact 1000 Mg/750 Mg/150 Mg Tablet70.0
Afs 3Afs 3 Kit0.0
Azithral XpAzithral Xp 150 Mg/1 G/1 G Kit0.0
EveEve 150 Mg/1000 Mg/1000 Mg Kit0.0
FlusaFlusa 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet97.02
Hilfas KitHilfas Kit 150 Mg/2 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet0.0
Onecan TrikitOnecan Trikit 150 Mg/1 Gm/2 Gm Kit0.0
SafkitSafkit 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet0.0
Saf PidSaf Pid 150 Mg/100 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet0.0
Secnac 3Secnac 3 Kit0.0
Shie KitShie Kit 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet0.0
Smf KitSmf Kit 1000 Mg/150 Mg/500 Mg Tablet0.0
Total GTotal G 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit0.0
TriokitTriokit 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet Vt0.0
Triokit VgTriokit Vg Capsule0.0
Vdm KitVdm Kit 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet0.0
Azithea FsAzithea Fs Tablet94.0
Azithro (Wockhardt)Azithro 150 Mg/1000 Mg/1000 Mg Kit139.88
Aziwin FsAziwin Fs Kit90.0
EradikitEradikit 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet91.43
Fungid 3Fungid 3 Kit93.27
Gyn 3Gyn 3 1000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit100.0
GynotrimGynotrim Kit92.95
SfsSfs Kit117.11
SheconShecon Tablet107.0
StriStri 2000 Mg/150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit99.0
Betamil MBetamil M 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream15.2
Betnovate MBetnovate M Cream20.5
Betnovate GmBetnovate Gm Cream23.35
PropydermPropyderm Cream80.16
Betamil GmBetamil Gm Cream16.4
CansCans 150 Mg/750 Mg Kit30.0
Clop MgClop Mg 0.05%/0.1%/2% Cream43.43
Clovate GmClovate Gm Cream50.0
Cosvate GmCosvate Gm Cream17.65
Dermac GmDermac Gm Cream40.0
Etan GmEtan Gm Cream13.55
Globet GmGlobet Gm Globet Gm Ointment Ointment 0.05% W/W/0.1% W/W/2% W/W11.25
Lobate GmLobate Gm Cream54.0
Clobenate GmClobenate Gm Cream11.87
Soltec GmSoltec Gm Cream30.0
Zincoderm GmZincoderm Gm Cream13.54
DandridDandrid Lotion282.0
DermolamDermolam Cream45.9
Zole F(Sun Pharma)Zole F 0.01% W/W/2% W/W Ointment62.5
Mycozole FMycozole F Cream10.11
Zole F(Ranbaxy)Zole F 0.01% W/V/2% W/V Lotion42.0
EclospanEclospan 0.025%/2%/0.5% Cream44.5
MegaspanMegaspan Cream22.9
NovacorNovacor Cream30.0
ValbetValbet Cream21.0
Eumosone MEumosone M 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream69.3
ItchmosolItchmosol 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream58.0
Lobate MLobate M Cream68.5
Tenovate MTenovate M Cream65.2
Exel MExel M 0.05%/2% Cream69.0
Kloryl MKloryl M Cream40.0
Zincoderm MZincoderm M Cream65.22
FlucotiFlucoti 75 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet36.5
Q Can TzQ Can Tz 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit32.0
VgVg 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit44.55
Antif XAntif X 150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet42.5
AzostatAzostat 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit38.0
F Con AzF Con Az 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit71.72
FlutiniFlutini 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit25.7
Fluzide TFluzide T Kit32.0
Fusys TzFusys Tz Tablet51.23
Tin TinTin Tin 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit34.01
Micona FMicona F Cream40.83
Flucreme NmFlucreme Nm Ointment54.0
Mycoderm NmMycoderm Nm 2%/0.1%/1% Cream70.0
3 Mix3 Mix Cream65.5
BactimaxBactimax Cream54.75
Nadibact PlusNadibact Plus Cream64.5
NadimixNadimix Cream79.5
OtofluOtoflu 0.3%W/V/0.02%W/V Eye Drops42.0
Ring GuardRing Guard Cream42.3

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