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I have my period, an UTI and a yeast infection. What do I do?

Uti. See your physician. Uti minor complaint that can turn into serious illness called sepsis. Read more...
Oh no. Sorry to hear that - three things at once. Well, see your doctor - you definitely need an antibiotic for the UTI - the period won't matter. As for yeast infection, your doctor may place you on an oral antifungal but may also wait until your UTI clears - some antibiotics are affected by antifungals. Regarding the period, the usual therapy. Read more...

I found rough bumps at vaginal entrance. I have symptoms of yeast infection and uti. Also found speck of blood, not on period. Is this uti related?

Vaginal Lesions. It is unlikely a UTI will cause vaginal lesions but more commonly caused by yeast infection. I would advise you seek medical attention to physically evaluate the lesions and likely obtain a vaginal culture to treat you symptoms based in findings. Read more...

Can a uti and yeast infection delay or stop your period?

No. Infections shouldn't delay or stop periods/menses. Take a home pregnancy test. If positive, go see your Family Doc for prenatal care. If negative, go see your doc anyway to determine what's happened to your periods, although they can be rather irregular when young (check out anovulatory cycles). And to discuss contraception options best 4 u (http://www.plannedparenthood.org/all-access/my-method). Read more...
Not usually. Any stress may slightly alter your cycle, but it won't usually sto it from coming. Read more...

Can a UTI followed by a yeast infection delay your period?

Not typically. While the stress of recurrent infections might potentially have some effect, typically these types of infections will not affect your hormonal cycle. Read more...
Possibly. Infections can change our body's natural rhythm and can affect the timing of our menstrual cycles. The yeast infection hasn't likely affected the timing of your period. If you're late for a period, you may consider taking a home pregnancy test as well, if that's a possibility. Read more...

I have a UTI & a yeast infection. Now my period is 3 days late. Took a pregnant test & it came up negative. Cause of delay? & when should I test again?

Wait 3 more days. There are many reasons for a period to be late including stress, illnesses, hormones being off, for instance. The pregnancy tests don't turn positive until the pregnancy hormone is up a certain amount so wait 3-4 more days and test again. Read more...