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Today I’m going to talk about Fluconazole. Fluconazole is a pharmaceutical antifungal
drug. It’s also known by the name of Diflucan. Fluconazole is also present in a vaginal cream
called Canesten that many women tend to use. I’ve seen many patients over the years who’ve
taken Diflucan. Some with reasonably good success, but in most case, the drug has been
taken recurrently with very, very poor long-term results.
The best result you’re going to get from any pharmaceutical drug usually is the very first
time you take it. The body’s not used to the drug. It will have a powerful effect and give
the desired result. But then what happens is the drug is discontinued, so then the symptoms
come back, and the drug is used again and again and again. And eventually, the body
builds resistance to Diflucan. The resistance is well documented.
I’ve seen some patients who take this drug weekly or monthly for years on end with bad
results. And in many cases, they end up with significant side effects, particularly hepatic
or liver side effects because Diflucan affects Phase II or the glucoronidation pathway of
the liver and it can make a person quite nauseous or sick. They can get skin reactions. They
can get headaches. They can get insomnia. They can get a whole range of different side
effects from Diflucan. I’ve got a pharmaceutical drug guide here
and I’m going to read out some of the common side effects of Diflucan or fluconazole. Side
effects include gastrointestinal upset, headaches, elevated liver function test, abnormal vision,
skin odor, skin rashes, hot flashes, weakness, thirst, shaking in the body, polyuria, which
means urinating a lot, renal pain or pain in the lower pain, kidney pain, dizziness,
seizures, skin itching, sweating, fevers, drug eruptions, more skin rashes, sleeping
disturbances and insomnia, nervousness, pain, female sexual dysfunction, menstrual disorders,
respiratory disorders, deafness, heartburn, high blood pressure, liver damage. Why the
hell would you want to take a drug that creates all these problems just to give you some temporary
relief from a vaginal yeast infection or some kind of a yeast infection you might have?
There are natural ways you can get on top of these infections without resorting to drugs.
Have a look at yeastinfection.org for some natural solutions. If you’re thinking about
an antifungal drug and you want to get some results but don’t want the side effects with
it, have a look at the product I developed called Canxida. It’s going to be more powerful
than fluconazole. You don’t need to take it for years on end. You’re not going to get
all of these side effects that I’ve just read out here. It’s certainly worth a shot.
Think about it. If you’re going to take fluconazole, take it once, but don’t take it recurrently.
There’s no point in it. You’re wasting your time doing that. You’re only going to get
drug resistance and also liver toxicity from taking it.
I hope that answers a frequently asked question I get on this particular drug fluconazole.
Thank you for tuning in.