Microsoft word - co_femazole_one_cmi (nov 2012).doc

FEMAZOLE ONE Contains the active ingredient fluconazole CONSUMER MEDICINE INFORMATION

What is in this leaflet
 a white, odourless, discharge from the Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have
any other health problems, including:
Please read this leaflet carefully before you Rubbing and scratching can aggravate the soreness and itching. Also, the salt of urine Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you
Things that may help you avoid
It does not contain all of the available thrush in the future
 had thrush more than twice in the last 6 Wear cotton briefs, stockings and loose-
It does not take the place of talking to your fitting clothing rather than tight synthetic
Tell your doctor or pharmacist before
using FEMAZOLE ONE if you are taking
warfarin, as bleeding or bruising may
All medicines have risks and benefits. Your Wash regularly but do not wash and dry
doctor has weighed the expected benefits of yourself harshly.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are
against the risks this medicine could have for Avoid perfumed soaps, bath additives
experiencing any of the fol owing:
and vaginal deodorants.
 abnormal or irregular vaginal bleeding If you have any concerns about taking
Before you take FEMAZOLE ONE
 vulval or vaginal sores, ulcers or blisters this medicine, ask your doctor or
 lower abdominal pain or burning when pharmacist.
When you must not take it
Keep this leaflet with the medicine.
Do not take FEMAZOLE ONE if you are
If you have not told your doctor or
pregnant, suspect you are pregnant or
pharmacist about any of the above, tell
are breastfeeding.
them before you start taking FEMAZOLE
What FEMAZOLE ONE is used for
Do not take FEMAZOLE ONE if you have
an allergy to:
Taking other medicines
thrush, a yeast infection of the vagina. Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are
taking any other medicines, including
those you get without a prescription from
a pharmacy, supermarket or health food
any of the ingredients listed at the end works by preventing the growth of the fungal include shortness of breath, wheezing or interfere with each other. These include: Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you
difficulty breathing; swelling of the face, lips, have any questions about why
tongue or other parts of the body; rash, FEMAZOLE ONE has been recommended
Do not take FEMAZOLE ONE if you are
taking cisapride (a medicine used to treat
This medicine is not expected to affect your stomach problems).
Your doctor and pharmacist will have more ability to drive a car or operate machinery. information on medicines to be careful with Do not take this medicine if the expiry
What is vaginal thrush
date (EXP) printed on the packaging has
Vaginal thrush is a fungal infection of the passed or if the packaging is torn or
How to take FEMAZOLE ONE
vagina caused by the yeast named Candida shows signs of tampering.
If it has expired or is damaged, return it to Follow all directions given to you by your
pharmacist carefully. If you do not
understand the instructions on the box,
If you are not sure whether you should
ask your pharmacist for help.
take this medicine, talk to your doctor or
Before you start to take it
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have
al ergies to any other medicines, foods,
preservatives or dyes.
How much to take
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you
Keep FEMAZOLE ONE capsule in their
The FEMAZOLE ONE treatment for thrush is notice any of the following symptoms and
pack until time to take.
they worry you:
If you take it out of the pack, it may not keep How to take it
If this medicine has passed its expiry
When to take it
date, ask your pharmacist what to do with
any medicine that is left over.
Product description
If does not matter if you take this medicine If you notice any of the following after
What it looks like
If you take too much (overdose)
taking FEMAZOLE ONE, stop taking it
Immediately telephone your doctor or the
and tell your doctor immediately or go to
Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26
Accident and Emergency at your nearest
for advice on management, if you think
that you or anyone else may have taken
too much FEMAZOLE ONE. Do this even
if there are no signs of discomfort or
The active ingredient in FEMAZOLE ONE is  shortness of breath, difficulty with While you are taking FEMAZOLE
Things you must do
Tel your doctor if the symptoms of your
These are very serious side effects. You infection do not improve within 3 days, or
if they become worse.
hospitalisation. Al of these side ef ects are Things you must not do
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you
notice anything that is making you feel
Do not give your medicine to anyone
else, even if they have the same condition
or symptoms as you.
This is not a complete list of all possible side Do not use FEMAZOLE ONE to treat any
people and there may be some side effects other medical complaints unless your
doctor tells you to.
The capsules do not contain gluten, sucrose, tartrazine or any other azo dyes. After using FEMAZOLE ONE
Side effects
Tel your doctor or pharmacist as soon as
possible if you do not feel well after you
Keep this medicine where children cannot
have taken FEMAZOLE ONE.
reach it.
A locked cupboard at least one-and-a-half metres above the ground is a good place to medicines can have side effects. Sometimes they are serious, most of the time they are Keep FEMAZOLE ONE capsule in the
This leaflet was updated in November 2012. not. You may need medical attention if you blister pack in a cool, dry place where it
stays below 25°C.
Do not be alarmed by the following list of
Do not store FEMAZOLE ONE in the
side effects.
bathroom or near a sink.
Do not leave FEMAZOLE ONE in the car
Ask your doctor or pharmacist to answer
or on window sills.
any questions you may have.


Microsoft word - management of medicines_policy.doc

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