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Allergy to dypirone implies possible allergy to fluconazole?
Hi, i have allergy to dypirone, wich causes me edema. Does it mean I'm possibly allergic to fluconazole? I only ask because I've read both are heterocyclic.
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Daniel.
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Hi, welcome to the forum, Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), including dypirone, aspirin, diclofenac and ibuprofen, are associated with an allergic adverse effects, ranging from mild rash to life-threatening allergic reactions. The groups of painkillers which do not cross react with above mentioned painkillers are selective COX inhibitors like Rofecoxib, Valdecoxib etc.

Fluconazole belongs to anti fungal drugs and do not cross react with Dypirone. Hence, fluconazole should not cause allergy in you. You can consult your physician and can go for trial of fluconazole. Take care and regards.
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