About two weeks ago I was diagnosed with esophageal candidiasis, I had an endoscopy done. The thing is: I'm not really feeling better. For a couple of days I felt okay, but my symptoms are now the same. I have chest pain, stomach pain, and also some pain on the right side of my chest - a few inches down from my nipple: this pain gets worse when I roll my right shoulder back.

So my question is: are these still symptoms of the esophagus problem, or is there something else?

I'm still taking 150mg of Fluconazole a day, I also am taking probiotics.
For a bit I was taking omeprazole, but I read I shouldn't take it with Fluconazole, so I stopped.

Btw, the doctor said I don't have acid reflux. Not sure if the esophagus could still cause it, idk.

Anyway, I won't be able to go back to the doctor right away, but thanks for the time anyway.
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replied November 22nd, 2018
Fluconazole can be taken with omeprazole though levels of fluconazole would be increased by affecting its liver metabolism but that wont be necessarily a bad outcome in the case of esophageal candidiasis. Restart the fluconazole as prescribed by your doctor and inform him/her about the missing dose.

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