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Can your yeast infection move up to become a cervical infection if not treated?

No. A yeast infection is an infection of the vagina and the opening of the vagina. It will not cause an infection in the cervix or uterus. The over the counter meds to treat yeast and pretty effective. Yeast grows due to sugar, so if you have yeast stop all sugar, carbs, fruit, pop, alcohol. Read more...

I had three cervical polyps removed about 21/2 years ago, I have been having a white discharge again, not thick like a yeast infection, is it possible I'm getting them again

Typically . Typically polyps will present with abnormal uterine bleeding, spotting between periods, etc. Or are asymptomatic.Therefore most likely not. However if you experienced similar symptoms before, i suggest you have an evaluation repeated since they have a tendency to come back. Hope this helps. Read more...

I have tested positive for strep b, with some cervix inflammation and no yeast, though all my symptoms suggest a yeast infection. Any ideas?

Treat the Strep. Strep is present in the vagina in about 1 out of 3 women. It usually does not cause problems, but if you have unexplained symptoms (inflammation) it could be the strep - an antibiotic from your physician should clear that up. Read more...

Does azythromicin affect trivora? Also I had a yeast infection and my obgyn checked my cervix said I had the infection, if I was pregnant could hetell

No affect. It has long been believed and said by some that antibiotics decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills. But accordance with mayo clinic, thre is no long term study to confirm this belief.I will say it will not affect trivora or any other bcps effectiveness. No you can not tell if you are pregnant in early pregnancy by looking at cervix. Why you did not ask these questions to your gynecologis. Read more...
No. The only antibiotic known to affect birth control pills is called rifampin. The idea that the birth control is affected by all antibiotics is a popular misconception. Also, while the cervix might look different when you are pregnant, this is not accurate. You should check a pregnancy test! Read more...