Who should not use clotrimazole vaginal cream?

Clotrimazole vaginal cream should not be used by anyone who has had an allergic reaction to other antifungal products like Monistat, Femstat, or Terazol. If you have never had a yeast infection, see your doctor before using clotrimazole vaginal cream to make sure your condition is handled properly. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, talk to your doctor before beginning treatment with clotrimazole vaginal cream. Do not use clotrimazole vaginal cream if you have HIV/AIDS, diabetes, pain in your abdomen, a fever, or a discharge with a foul smell. You should not use clotrimazole vaginal cream if you are under the age of 12.

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