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What should I know about terconazole before using it?

You should use the full course of treatment of terconazole, even if symptoms improve. Avoid wearing tight clothing, pantyhose or synthetic material, and wear cotton underpants or other natural fibers to allow the air to circulate. Do not use this medication if you are allergic to any of the ingredients, if you have abdominal pain, fever, foul-smelling discharge, HIV, AIDS or diabetes. Do not use any other vaginal creams, suppositories or douches while using terconazole. Tell your doctor about any over-the-counter or prescription drugs or supplements you are taking, and inform your doctor if you are pregnant. It is not known how harmful terconazole is to the fetus or whether it is passed through breast milk.

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