So for Candida we can use
Azoles (fluconazole) (inhibit CYP450 demethylation)
Amphotercin B (pore formation in fungal cell membrane)
Caspofungin (prevent crosslinking of beta glucans in cell wall)
or Nysatin for oral or esophageal cases (pore formation)
This question is saying that she is taking an ORAL drug to treat candida vaginitis.
Amphotercin is IV
Caspofungin is also IV
so we're left with azoles
Azoles inhibit synthesis of ergosterol by inhibiting CYP 450 that converts lanosterol to ergosterol.
Azoles inhibit cytochrome P450 enzyme that converts lanosterol to ergosterol.
this is the best treatment indicated for candida.
isn't candida yeast form under body temperature? why the picture shows a mold form?