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    Diflucan and bitmrth control
    An_252633 posted:
    I have taken diflucan and I'm on birth control sprintc been on it over a year. I was told by my nurse that they shouldn't interfere with each other. And I've took 4 pregnancy test all negative I'm just wondering what y'all think?
    georgiagail responded:
    Four negative pregnancy test results would indicate pregnancy is not a concern here.

    Mnwooten10 replied to georgiagail's response:
    The reason for my concern is in may I took 1 pill for 4 weeks and last month my period was spotting and old blood. I talked to the nurse by then I had took 2 pregnancy that's negative and the nurse said it shouldn't interfere. And some birth control can make u miss a period. But I could take a test Friday and see what it says and it was negative my period was June 20. And I took another test Saturday that was negative. I've read anti fungal dint interfere but antibiotics do. Thank you!

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