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Is It Possible For Yeast Infection To Last For Several Months If Not Treated
Yes!: Here's the bigger question. Why are your yeast infections lasting so long? Or do you get them frequently? If your body is "friendly to yeast, " then it would be good to figure out why. Check out how strong is your body's immunity [diabetes, hiv, other causes]. Eating right? Exercising? Getting rest? Talk with your doc. ...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
Is it possible to get brucellosis sypmtoms months after you have been treated with antibiotics for it?
Yes: Brucella is a very indolent organism; if the course of antibiotics was insufficient to eradicate it, it may come back months later. ...Read more
Not likely but....: If you are for some reason not sensitive to annoying symptoms and tend to deny problems it's possible. Now is the earliest possible time to get this treated, so do it! You can read about it online, like here: http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/tc/endocarditis-topic-overview#1 Be careful - be wise - be treated! Best wishes! ...Read more
Is it possible for a URTI to last for more than 1 year, if not treated accordingly? Symptoms haven't changed or progressed, but still exist.
What are symptoms of yeast infection? Is it possible to have one for a year or two? If not treated?
Yeast: Yeast grows in warm, moist climates I.e. The vagina, groin, armpits, under the breast, and in the mouth. A healthy immune system can fight off yeast, especially if our microbiome is intact. It is highly possible and not uncommon to have recurrent infections. In the mouth, there are thick white patches that can cause mouth sores. The vagina symptoms are itching, white discharge, no strong odor ...Read more
What are symptoms that females have after being treated for chlamydia? And is it possible to get a yeast infection from the antibiotics?
Had a yeast infection for about 7 months now can a yeast infection kill you for having it long time?
Immune system: If you have a normal immune system (you aren't on immune suppresive drugs, you don't have hiv), a yeast infection should not kill you. But your doctor should be able to give you medicine to treat it well. Are you and your doctor sure it is a yeast infection? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for sex to be a painful a few weeks after getting rid of a yeast infection? Or should I treat the infection again?
Discharge after BV treatment, 4tablets by mouth once, no itching but could it be yeast? Will I have to go back to the doc for treatment for yeast?
No: Best to have the infection cleared.Get a more detailed answer ›
How soon can I have sex after taking Monistat-7 for a yeast infection? All symptoms are already gone and the treatment is almost done
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
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