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If I have anal yeast infection do I need to apply the antifungal cream internally or just apply it to the skin outside?

Immunocompromised? Fungal Proctitis occurs in Immunocompromised patients, Fungi like Candida albicans are normal inhabitants of the colonic and anorectal mucosa so most of the time they do not attack the rectal mucosa!
I immunocompromised patients they may invade it in which case best to treat them with oral antifungal agents like Fluconazole tablets!
If the infection is on the outside topical lotrimin cream is ok. Read more...

I have a yeast infection & I wanted to know if I can apply antibiotic cream to my labia, if I have sores from scratching?

Don't do it. By suppressing bacteria and providing moisture, an antibiotic cream is likely to make yeast grow even more. and make the problem worse. You need an anti-yeast treatment, either by mouth (fluconazole) or an appropriate vaginal cream or suppository. Check with your doctor. Read more...