Can trickaminalsis develop from an un treated yeast infection while pregnant?

NO. Trichomoniasis is caused by a completely different organism from a yeast infection. Trichomoniasis is caused by a protozoa and Yeast infections are caused by fungi typically with the name Candida.
Trichomoniasis ? Trichomoniasis does not come from a yeast infection. It is a sexually transmitted disease that comes from sexual contact with another person who has the infection. If you have this infection you need treatment/medication and so does your sexual partner.

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I'm 39 weeks pregnant with yeast infection. I'm using monistat. What else can I do to make sure this is gone soon? How would my boyfriend be treated?

Doing right. You're definitely doing what's right by using that medication. Make sure to have a good diet, stay super hydrated and get lots of rest. Boyfriend can use monistat externally on penis as well if he is having symptoms. Or, if you're worried he's passing back and forth, then hold off of sex until after the baby is born. Read more...

Vaginal itching/dryness during pregnancy...Treated twice for yeast infection?

Vaginitis . This could also be due to a bacterial vaginosis infection or trichomonas. You need to be examined and evaluated by a physician whom can perform a wet mount and make further assessment of the cause of your itching or discharge. Read more...

OTC meds I can take for yeast infection while pregnant? My dr. Prescribed me meds that my insurance doesn't cover.

Any azole product. You should check with your doctor's office about this; they might be able to prescribe something else that's covered by your insurance or less expensive. If your doctor says it's OK to use an OTC "azole" cream or suppository (miconazole, clotrimazole, etc), pick the cheapest one. The price difference is very wide, but all are equally effective. Read more...

What can you take for a yeast infection while pregnant?

Yeast infection. Please seek the advice of your ob. However, intravaginal suppositories (monistat) are available otc. For intestinal yeast infection, probiotics should help. Refrain from oral medications like Diflucan (fluconazole) as much as possible during your pregnancy. Read more...