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Cure rates of oral contraceptive users and nonusers when treated for vulvo vaginal candidiasis moniliasis with miconazole nitrate 2 percent vaginal cream



Cure rates of oral contraceptive users and nonusers when treated for vulvo vaginal candidiasis moniliasis with miconazole nitrate 2 percent vaginal cream



Contraception 15(3): 355-362



There was no difference in the cure rates for vulvovaginal candidiasis [VC] in 261 oral contraceptive users and non-users treated with miconazole nitrate 2% vaginal cream (Monistat). A cure indicated a negative KOH smear, negative Nickerson's medium culture for Candida sp. and complete absence of the signs and symptoms of VC for 30 days following therapy. There is apparently no justification for routinely discontinuing oral contraceptive therapy during treatment for VC with Monistat.

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