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Diflucan & Fluconazole

Diflucan & Fluconazole not Recommended

Diflucan, in my opinion, is certainly not a first line treatment that I would use in my office for treating patients with rosacea. It can have toxicity and is not recommended.

Fluconazole is an anti-fungal agent and there have been trials using it, but in my opinion its not a first line agent for rosacea and I do not use it in my practice to treat patients with rosacea.

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Last Modified: December 15, 2008

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