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Azo Yeast Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Azo Yeast: This is a generic combination remedy that has been manufactured in a homeopathic dilution process and combined with non-homeopathic probiotic and some other non-homeopathic constituents. Prescribed correctly, homeopathic remedies do not produce side effects. This partially homeopathic product does not list any side effects, although with the non-homeopathic ingredients it may have some. Sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Azo yeast: Azo yeast contains boneset (eupatorium perfoliatum), mistletoe leaf (viscum album) ; lactobacillus sporogenes. The product site states “pregnant ; breastfeeding women are advised to consult their doctor.” it does not appear to be well studied. Unless your physician is familiar w this product ; can clear it’s use – would not recommend taking while pregnant or breast feeding. ...Read more
Azo Yeast: Azo yeast contains boneset (eupatorium perfoliatum), mistletoe leaf (viscum album) ; lactobacillus sporogenes. The product site states “pregnant ; breastfeeding women are advised to consult their doctor.” it does not appear to be well studied. Unless your physician is familiar w this product ; can clear it’s use – would not recommend taking while pregnant or breast feeding. ...Read more
Uti: UTI needs to be treated with appropriate antibiotics ...Read more
Azo yeast tablet: Some of the components in azo yeast tablet are manufactured in a homeopathic manner, but aren't prescribed in a homeopathic way. It's being used like a generic supplement rather than as a remedy that has been specifically come to through homeopathic casetaking. Homeopathic medicines do not induce "side effects, " but occasionally can aggravate symptoms on the path towards healing. [see comment]. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not recommended: Although I cannot say definitively that the product will harm you or the baby, I would not recommend trying a new herbal preparation in pregnancy. Besides, there are many OTC preparations/homeopathic remedies with a far better track record and are safe to use in pregnancy, there is no need to take a risk. ...Read more
Safe but not helpful: It wouldn't hurt to take these things together, but it probably won't help either. Azo Yeast® is a natural product that has no proven benefit either to prevent or treat yeast infections. If you think you may have a yeast infection, check with the clinic or doctor who prescribed the antibiotics. ...Read more
Check with your Ob: Pregnant women should always check first with their obstetricians before using any vaginal product. AZO Yeast probably would be harmless, but probably wouldn't work; it doesn't cure yeast, only treats the symptoms. There are many more effective over-the-counter productus. But your doctor may want to confirm the diagnosis and/or suggest a particular medication. Call the office. Good luck! ...Read more
Is it okay to take Azo pills for penile yeast infection? Which medication is recommended for that kind of thing?
Was taking azo/yeast wasn't coming on cycle any more after taking Azo it started was that suppose to happen?
Besides azo, what otc oral medications can I take for a yeast infection caused by antibiotic use?
Azo won't prevent: A yeast infection, altho oral probiotics MAY lessen the chance of antibiotic-associated diarrhea. Bacteria from the digestive tract are the most common cause of UTI's. If diarrhea facilitates the introduction of bacteria into the urinary tract, preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea could theoretically help prevent UTIs. Dr. Anne ...Read more