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I have had recurring vaginal yeast infections. Diflucan (fluconazole) and terzol work for a week or so but infection comes back. Nothing seems to help?

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Dr. Mary Esther Carlin
Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral

In brief: Are you diabetic?

See your doctor to check for problems that can predispose to yeast infections;e.
g., immune problems, diabetes, heavy or repeated use of broad spectrum antibiotics. Your doctor can run screening lab tests to check on why you have chronic yeast infections.

In brief: Are you diabetic?

See your doctor to check for problems that can predispose to yeast infections;e.
g., immune problems, diabetes, heavy or repeated use of broad spectrum antibiotics. Your doctor can run screening lab tests to check on why you have chronic yeast infections.
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