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I have a friend who had similar problem to mine and she visited the same doctor. We both have problem with vaginal yeast infection. Beside this, we are both prescribed with Monistat cream. She used it maybe a year ago, and she said there were terrible side effects. She experienced burning sensation, cramping, headaches, and irritation, everything due to this Monistat cream. Now I want to hear more about this and is it possible I do not experience the same she did.

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Monistat is available in several formulations, including Monistat vaginal suppositories, vaginal cream and Monistat-Derm skin cream. Monistat's active ingredient is called Miconazole, and it fights fungal infections. There are two types, Monistat 3 and Monistat 7, which are used for vaginal yeast infections. Monistat-Derm skin cream is used for skin infections such as athlete's foot, ringworm, jock itch, and yeast infection on the skin. Side effects with Monistat cream are possible as it is possible with any other medicine. However, this is rare and it does not have to be you are going to experience the same as your friend. You should use this medication exactly as prescribed and keep all forms of this medicine away from your eyes. Follow steps to apply correctly Monistat cream such as you should load the applicator to the fill line with cream, or un-wrap a tablet. Then it is needed to wet it with warm water, and place it in the applicator as shown in the instructions you received with the product. Lie on your back with your knees drawn up and gently insert the application high into the vagina and push the plunger.
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