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How Can You Tell As A Female That Bv Infection Is Gone Away
Symptoms gone?: The symptoms of bacterial vaginosis, such as a fishy vaginal odor and increased discharge, should disappear after proper treatment to the infection. Be sure you have completed all of your antibiotics as prescribed. If you are still experiencing symptoms, you might consider seeing your doctor where you can be retested for cure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
Does a man get prostatitis by stds? If yes then what is the common STD which cause it? And how long will it take to recover?
Yes: See your urologist for the correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Does a man get epididymitis by stds? If yes then what is the common STD which cause it? And how long will it take to recover?
If you have gonorrhea and didn't know it how long does it take for PID to set in? Does PID cause a bad odor? Treated immediately chance of infertilit?
Is having vaginal thrush can lead to infertility if you don't cure it until a few month? Just now cure it with cream given from a doctor.
In severe cases: theoretically vaginal candidiasis (or thrush) you can have severe ascending infection up the fallopian tubes which can cause scarring and potentially block passage of the ovum, or scarring of the uterine lining. But it is not common for that to happen with yeast infections. ...Read more
Can a yeast infection develop into something else like vaginosis or trich? I've a yeast infection for a while and want to know what could happen if not treated
A : A yeast infection will likely go away on it's own if left untreated, but may not. It can lead to chronic discharge and itching, and a lot of unnecessary discomfort. The yeast will not develop into a bacterial vaginosis, however you can develop a secondary bacterial infection, meaning both yeast and bacteria are present at the same time. Also, yeast can not develop into trichomoniasis. This is an std (sexually transmitted disease) and requires treatment. Is there a reason why you are not treating your yeast infection? Are you sure it's yeast? Have you seen your doctor? If not i recommend you make an appointment for a proper exam, diagnosis, and treatment, especially if you are concerned about std's. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes you can: Yes it is possible and it is treated will local antifungal cream. ...Read more
How long can a urinary tract infection be left untreated before it will become dangerous? This is for a friend who won't see the doctor, and I worry.
Depends: Infection in the urinary bladder alone may not become dangerous even if left untreated. There is always a risk that infection could spread to the kidneys. If kidneys are infected, then it can become dangerous in a matter of hours or days, if there is obstruction to urine flow and the patient is diabetic. It is best to get treatment at the earliest. ...Read more
If you were born with a yeast infection, can you get something for it to go away?If so, what is it called and where do u get it from?
Odd question: The yeast that is involved with "yeast" infections is everywhere in nature. We all are contaminated with it within hours of birth and it ends up as a benign inhabitant of our intestines. Moisture and sugar keep it growing ant these are available in the mouth of a baby that feeds often or on a diapered bottom. Anti-yeast meds can reduce symptomatic rash or buildup, but it will always be present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably nothing: Vaginal yeast infections have few complications; probably nothing serious would happen, just continuing discomfort. OTOH, some apparent yeast infections have other causes, and some yeast is the result of another health problem, especially diabetes. Best to see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Yes: Untreated, sinus infections can last weeks, if not months! see a doctor if you have suffred this long! ...Read more
I know that it can be quickly and easily treated but is it possible for trichomoniasis to lay dormant in the body for many years?
If I am going to the bathroom so much, does it have to be a UTI or can a vaginal yeast infection cause that?
Currently have bacterial vaginosis, I'm on a antibiotic, but can not get the unpleasant odor to go away Is there any wash or anything I can use?
How can you cure a male with a yeast infection without going to a doctor? And how can you tell if he has one?
Male with possible yeast infection. Not std. If i treat it with otc cream and its NOT a yeast infection will that give me one by imbalancing bacteria?
Diagnosed with yeast infection but i think it might be bacteria infection. How to tell that difference?
A few clues: Vaginal yeast infections usually doesn't cause discharge, or only a little. The main symptoms are irritation, itching and redness. Odor can be a clue -- strong or fishy odor suggests bacterial vaginosis or trichomonas. Color (yellow etc) usually means infection. But it can be very difficult to tell the cause of increased vaginal discharge; profoessional examination is necessary. Good luck with it. ...Read more
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