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Who should not use a vaginal anti-fungal suppository?

Talk to your doctor about your medical history while using vaginal anti-fungal suppository. It is important that your doctor knows if you have HIV, AIDS or are pregnant, as this may affect your ability to use this medication or the recommended dosage. Talk to your doctor before treating vaginal fungal infections to ensure the diagnosis is correct and that you are taking the right course of action.

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