Fluconazol? A person with a yeast infection should not have to resort to this kind of drug. If you are not getting the desired outcome with your natural candida protocol, then something is seriously NOT right. Either you are not following a good protocol, or trying a treatment yourself and not getting very far (very common) or your health care professional has not got much of an idea when it comes to supporting patients such as yourself with chronic yeast infections.
In most all instances, a good candida protocol should work. If it does not then you need to find out WHY. There may be an "obstacle to cure", and this means there is an overlooked maintaining cause, or a block in your pathway to recovery.
Pharma drugs like fluconazol will never cure, they will temporarily eradicate the yeast (while the cause idles away in the background) and only help to create a dependence on them in the future. Drugs like this weaken your immune system. Pharmaceutical antifungals can potentially increase the ability of yeasts to come back in stronger strains, requiring higher and sustained dosages in the future.