A 36-year-old female asked:
have been getting yeast infections twice a month for the past year. clears up with diflucan (fluconazole) but comes right back, am taking a daily probiotic no dm
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Dermatology 19 years experience
Yeast Infection: To reduce your risk of vaginal yeast infection you can avoid douching, wear cotton underwear and loose fitting pants or skirts, avoid tight-fitting underwear or pantyhose, change out of wet clothes, such as swimsuits or workout attire, as soon as possible, stay out of hot tubs or very hot baths.Talk to a doctor about recurrent yeast infection and if you have a partner, have them treated as well :].
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Last updated Oct 22, 2013
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