Fluomizin Adverse Reactions





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Adverse Reactions
In individual cases where the vaginal surface (vaginal epithelium) was predamaged eg, in consequence of an oestrogen deficit or distinct inflammation, bleeding surface defects (erosions) in the vagina have been reported.
Some very rare cases of fever have been reported.
In these cases, the treatment should be stopped.
Vaginal infections cause complaints eg, itchiness, burning and discharge. These complaints disappear usually during treatment. In rare cases, the local complaints eg, itchiness, burning and reddening can increase at the beginning of the treatment. In these cases, it is not necessary to stop the treatment. However, if the complaints persist, consult a physician for advice as soon as possible.
If any adverse reactions not mentioned occurs, inform physician or pharmacist.
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