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Yeast infection cure

28 year old female with vaginal yeast infection after taking antibiotics. Slightly itchy with white clumpy discharge. I live in upstate New York, USA.

Please reply with possible cure.

Thank you,
Robyn
 
  robynred on 2012-04-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Don't know about the homeopathicremedy for
you bc that is based on each individual and
can take some time to find it. I know how
uncomfortable this is- so my obgyn now tells
people to start on probiotics right at the end
of antibiotic treatment. Someone on here said
get one with 8 strains of bacteria and take it
3 times a day till this is gone. There are tons
of brands of the probiotics in the health food
stores and if you can't find them right away
get the yogurt.

The yeast shows up bc the anti biotics killed
off the bacteria balance in the gut and you have
to replenish that to get the correct balance back.

Meanwhile of course you can go get one of
those Monistat yeast treatments out of the drug
store and if you do both you should be
rid of the symptoms and fix the cause thru
the probiotics.
 
simone717 last decade

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