Fluconazole is a medicine that is used to treat many fungal infectious diseases. All patients, who do not tolerate the effects of Amphotericin in the treatment of infections, can buy Fluconazole in Australia.

Fluconazole is a potent antifungal agent from the new class of triazoles. The drug has a highly specific effect, inhibiting the activity of the fungal infections pathogens. Fluconazole increases the permeability of the cell membrane, thereby disrupting its growth and replication.

When you buy Fluconazole, you can choose one of the 4 medicinal forms of this antifungal drug:

  • cream of 1%;
  • capsules of 50 mg, 100 mg, 150 m, 200 mg;
  • powder for oral suspension of 50 mg/5 ml;
  • solution for injection/infusion of 100 mg/50 ml, 200 mg/100 ml and 400 mg/200 ml.

In conventional pharmacies of Australia, Fluconazole is sold only with a prescription from your GP. If you have no time to go through a medical examination and you urgently need to use an antifungal drug, you can buy Fluconazole online without a prescription.

After the oral administration, Fluconazole is well absorbed and has a good bioavailability. Meals do not have a significant effect on the degree of Fluconazole absorption. The maximum blood plasma concentration is reached 1-2 hours after ingestion. The average half-life is about 30 hours.

Fluconazole has similar pharmacokinetics both for intravenous administration and for oral administration. The equilibrium concentrations of Fluconazole in the blood plasma are reached on the 5th day of the drug administration. The drug penetrates well into all fluids and tissues of the body.

To treat the symptoms of fungal infectious diseases, adults take 200-400 mg of Fluconazole daily. The daily dose of Fluconazole may reach 800 mg in severe infections, accompanied by damage to the meninges.

Fluconazole can be used to treat vaginal candidiasis, which affects about half of all women in Australia. To treat vaginal candidiasis and reduce the recurrence rate, you can take one Fluconazole 150 mg capsule daily.

Most dermatologists of Australia advise to use Fluconazole cream for the treatment of superficial fungal infections of the skin, yeast infections, as well as multi-colored lichen. The cream should be applied in a thin layer on the affected skin area twice a day and rubbed in until completely absorbed.

The duration of Fluconazole use can be 1 week to 2 years and depends on the specific infection and the clinical effectiveness of the drug. You can continue using this antifungal drug until the main signs of an infectious disease disappear completely.

The prerequisite for Fluconazole creation was the increase in the effectiveness of antifungal agents. In the 1970s, two major drugs, Amphotericin and Flucytosine, were used to treat fungal infections. The first was used only intravenously and caused many side effects. Flucytosine had a limited range of action.

In 1978, the pharmaceutical company Pfizer began developing a drug that would have a better antifungal activity than all known drugs of that time. The development was successfully completed in 1982 by the creation of Fluconazole.

After a successful completion of clinical trials, the new antifungal agent has obtained a marketing authorization in more than 30 countries around the world. In Australia, Fluconazole was approved on August 14, 1991 under the trademark Diflucan. The Australian drug supplier is Pfizer.

Later, other brand names of Fluconazole appeared on the Australian pharmaceutical market: Cansolve, Afeme, Femrelief, Vagiclear, Dizole, Amcal, Flucanyl, Canesoral, Femazole, Flufeme and Ozole.

The Australian suppliers of the antifungal drugs are such companies, as Johnson & Johnson, Sandoz, Ipca Pharma, Alphapharm, Hospira, Medreich, Aspen Pharmacare, Sun Pharma, Arrow Pharma, Symbion, Claris Lifesciences, Apotex, Cipla, Pharmacor, Generic Health, Bayer, First Pharma , Key Pharmaceuticals and others.

The price of Fluconazole-containing drugs in Australia is acceptable. Insured patients have the opportunity to buy Fluconazole at a reduced price, since this antifungal drug is on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) list. The task of the government program is to provide the population with the necessary medicines.