Common Yeast Infection Medication is Linked to Miscarriage
Fluconazole while safe to use when not pregnant, should not be used during pregnancy. Anti-fungal medications that are reported to be safe to use during pregnancy include Clotrimazole (Mycelx, Lotrimin) and Miconazole (Monistat). Topical preparations of azole for 7 days is the treatment of choice.
At Fertility Centers of New England, we recommend that patients consult with your doctor before taking any medication during pregnancy. If you have medication questions or have further questions about pregnancy, please contact us today!
For more information on medications and pregnancy, please check out the following additional blog posts:
Are Medications Safe During Pregnancy?
Which Medications Are Safe to Take While Pregnant?
Painkillers During Pregnancy May Affect the Unborn Child’s Future Fertility