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Are there any side effects associated with taking miconazole?

Normally, people do not exhibit serious side effects when taking miconazole, particularly if it is used topically. Some side effects that may occur when using the topical cream include: blistering, peeling, stinging or irritation of the affected area. If this occurs, and especially if it becomes severe, see your doctor. You also may experience stomach pain, a fever and itchy irritation. If it is used to treat a vaginal infection, you may experience unpleasant discharge odor. See your doctor about any side effects that worry you.

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