CanesOral Combi Pak Yeast Infection Pill + Cream

CanesOral® Combi-Pak Oral Yeast Infection Treatment

CanesOral Combi Pak Yeast Infection Pill + Cream

CanesOral® is an effective, clinically proven, single-dose oral treatment that can be taken anytime anywhere, and is the #1 oral antifungal recommended by pharmacists. It works systemically to stop vaginal yeast infections. To feel better fast, CanesOral® is available in a Combi-Pak format, which contains an external cream that provides fast relief of itching and burning

  • A convenient oral pill treatment that can be taken anytime, anywhere
  • Includes Extra Strength External cream to soothe the external itching and burning
  • Effective 1 day single-dose oral treatment
  • Symptom relief starts within 24 hours
  • 150mg Fluconazole pill & 2% External Clotrimazole cream

How to use the CanesOral® – Combi-Pak

The pack contains a single-dose oral capsule and a tube of external cream.

The capsule is to treat a vaginal yeast infection and should be taken by mouth as a one-time only dose, with or without food.

The cream works by relieving the external irritation associated with a yeast infection. The cream should be gently spread over the irritated vaginal area, 1-2 times a day. It should be used only during the period when external symptoms are present, to a maximum of 7 days.

How long does it take for CanesOral® – Combi-Pak to work?

Symptom Relief usually begins within 24 hours.

What does the CanesOral® – Combi-Pak contain?

The oral capsule contains fluconazole and the active substance in the external cream is clotrimazole. Both are antifungal agents which fight fungal infections such as yeast infections.

When should you see your doctor about a yeast infection?

If you see no improvement after three days since you started using the CanesOral® Combi-Pak, you should tell your doctor. Ask a doctor before use if you have symptoms that recur within 2 months.

Warnings

Do not use if you • are pregnant, trying to get pregnant or nursing • are allergic to fluconazole, related azoles (e.g. clotrimazole / miconazole) or other ingredients in the product; taking allergy drugs (e.g. astemizole* / terfenadine*), or cisapride*

*not marketed in Canada

Ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you • are at increased risk for sexually transmitted diseases (e.g. HIV-AIDS) • have multiple sexual partners or change partners often • have diabetes • have never had a yeast infection before • have heart disease • have frequent vaginal infections • have any of the following symptoms which may be signs of serious condition • have abdominal pain, shoulder or lower back pain, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or foul-smelling discharge.

When using this product • There have been reports of spontaneous abortion or birth defects. If you could become pregnant while taking CanesOral®, you should consider using a reliable means of contraception for approximately 1 week after the dose. If you become pregnant while taking this medicine, contact your doctor • Canesten® External Cream may reduce the effectiveness and safety of latex products (e.g. condoms and diaphragms) and vaginal spermicides.

Stop use and ask a doctor if • there is no improvement in 3 days or if symptoms have not disappeared within 7 days • symptoms recur within 2 months • you have abdominal pain, fever, foul-smelling discharge during use of this medication

Keep safely out of reach of children. In case of overdose, contact a poison control center or get medical help right away.