Miconazol can be used in different ways, oral, vaginal and on the skin. therefore it has more side effects.

The side effects u can get:

Irritation
burning,
redness
Hypersensitivity to cross and cross-sensitization with similar antimycotics.
Allergic reactions
Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis can occur.
genital pruritus
burning sensation
vaginal discomfort
headache
abdominal pain
stomach pain
nausea
Dysuria
Rash
Urinary tract infection
Dysmenorrhea
vaginal discharge
vaginal bleeding
vaginal pain
rosacea
facial swelling
urticaria
angioedema




In an allergic reaction or local administration tasks should be stopped with miconazole. The ingredients of the capsules and vaginal cream to the rubber of condoms and diaphragms affect the contraceptive efficacy and thus protect against sexually transmitted diseases reduces. Use of condoms and diaphragms are not recommended until three days after discontinuation of treatment with the capsules and cream for vaginal use