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Re: diflucan
objoyfl Views: 950
Published: 16 years ago
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Re: diflucan

How much one's liver can tolerate is very individual. Diflucan is like any other drug that is metabolized through the liver. Most pharmaceuticals are. Some people can tolerate diflucan for months, and even years. Some people cannot handle even one tablet. It depends on the condition of your liver. The way to tell that is by getting a liver enzymes test called an SGPT. If your liver enzymes are within the normal range, it may be worth a trial run, just to see if your liver can handle it. The actual treatment would be much longer duration. For a long-standing case of candidiasis, your liver will have to tolerate at least a month of treatment maybe longer, 50 mg. to 200 mg. per 24 hour period, depending on a person's weight.

Studies have shown that Diflucan is well tolerated by most people. It's Nizoral you have to be really careful of. Nasty stuff but does the job if your liver can handle it. Studies show that the average person can only handle up to 2 weeks of the stuff. Even then it gets pretty dicey.


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