I had yeast infection and was treated but still having symptom a week later what's that?

Incomplete treatment. Frequently yeast infection need to be treated a second time or on a weakly basis for a few weeks . If you have not seen a doctor and self treated with over the counter medication, it would help to get tested as a lot of time bacterial vaginal infection are misdiagnosed as recurrent yeast infection.

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I had a yeast infection diagnosed by my dr. But it keeps coming back I self treated with monistat but I still have symptoms what can I do to get rid?

Fluconazole? Recurrent or persistent yeast infections are fairly common. See a doctor to confirm the diagnosis and get checked for underlying problems that can cause it, especially diabetes. Also speak with the doctor about the possililty of periodic treatment (usually once a week) with fluconazole (Diflucan), which usually is effective in preventing recurrent symptoms. Good luck! Read more...

I got treated for chlaymdia a couple weeks ago and the test came out negative now, but I am still itching under there. Is it a yeast infection now?

Could be. Taking antibiotics can trigger yeast infection. Yeast creams are available at the pharmacy without a prescription. Try one and see if that solves the problem. Read more...
Could be yeast. Chlamydial infections don't itch; if you had itching from the start, you probably had more than chlamydia, and itching is the may symptom of vaginal yeast infections. Yeast can be triggered by antibiotics or made worse by them. Best to check with the doc or clinic who treated your chlamydia, but they'll probably agree it's safe to try an over-the-counter yeast treatment. Good luck! Read more...

Treated yeast infection with off brand cream 4 wks ago, symptoms returned last week is it possible cream wasnt effective. I'm positive its yi?

The only option. The only option you have is to treat again. I would just recommend you use a different product. If this does not solve the problem you must go to the doctor for examination and diagnosis. Read more...

15 weeks pregnant dr gives ampicilin but no signs or symptoms of UTI. Should I still take it? I had a yeast infection. Is my diagnosis wrong?

Regular physician. Your regular physician has the benefit of knowing you and your history & what your physical and lab findings are. That puts him/her at a distinct advantage for knowing what is appropriate care for you at any given time. Much more information would be required to make a judgement. A personal consult with a HealthTap physician may be more helpful. . Read more...
Ask your Doctor. We do not have any information about your Urine test. Doctor would not prescribe Antibiotic for Yeast infection. If you are in doubt call him/her and clarify. Read more...
Just a thought. If you were found to have bacteria in your urine, even with no symptoms of UTI, the recommendation is to treat you (because you're pregnant). I agree that your doc has all the facts needed to make the right decision about treating you vs. not. Read more...