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How long after taking antibiotics when should I start a yeast infection medicine?
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Dr. Nancy Mellow
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In brief: It depends
Usually, you should not start a medication for yeast unless you develop symptoms (vaginal itching or irritation, thick white discharge).
Occasionally, patients who have frequent yeast infections are instructed by their physicians to automatically use yeast medication as a preventive measure.

In brief: It depends
Usually, you should not start a medication for yeast unless you develop symptoms (vaginal itching or irritation, thick white discharge).
Occasionally, patients who have frequent yeast infections are instructed by their physicians to automatically use yeast medication as a preventive measure.
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