Yes it's safe or you can call your doc for a one dose of Diflucan. I had a yeast infection last year after being on antibiotics for an endometrial ablation. Since I couldn't use the suppositories for the yeast infection (nothing could be inserted in there for 6 weeks), my GYN prescribed me Diflucan and by the end of the day, I was feeling 100% better.
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