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Can mupirocin ointmentbe used for bacteria vaginosis / yeast infection?

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Dr. Nancy Mellow
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In brief: No

It is used mainly for strep or staph skin infections and not effective against the usual bacterial cause of bacterial vaginosis (gardnerella), it also does not treat a yeast or fungal infection, only certain types of bacteria.

In brief: No

It is used mainly for strep or staph skin infections and not effective against the usual bacterial cause of bacterial vaginosis (gardnerella), it also does not treat a yeast or fungal infection, only certain types of bacteria.
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