Is it normal for sex to be a painful a few weeks after getting rid of a yeast infection? Or should I treat the infection again?

Can get tested. IF you have had a recent vaginal infection and are still having problems then it is prudent to schedule a visit for an exam and testing. You want to make sure the right problem is being treated.

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How do you get rid of a bad, painful yeast infection? What's the best treatment? What's the easiest way to get rid of the inflammation?

Diflucan (fluconazole) If over the counter vaginal yeast infection creams have not resolved an infection, a prescription of Diflucan (fluconazole) taken as a single dose every three days for at least two doses may help. Avoiding sugary foods and drinks, using high quality probiotics and increasing intake of raw garlic may also help. Read more...

Does vaginal yeast infection pass on to men during sex? Will it harm them? If yes, what's their treatment to get rid of it. Just asking for knowledge

It can happen. Vaginal yeast infections can be transmitted to partners, but usually is not. When it happens, it usually causes minor irritation or a rash that goes away without treatment. But in more severe cases, the male can share his female partner's vaginal yeast cream; a little bit rubbed into the irritated area will clear it up. Read more...

Should I get off my birth control for a little while if I'm having trouble getting rid of a yeast infection?

Probably not. If you are using oral contraceptives for birth control, it is better to continue them every day unless you have a serious adverse reaction. There are a number of effective treatments for yeast. Sometimes the first method you try may not be effective. Check with your doctor if you aren't sure what to try next. Read more...

Would it be just fine to have sex with my husband while getting rid of yeast infection?

Sxs cleared. It may be physically uncomfortable and you could spread yeast infection to spouse if you have sex prior to resolution of symptoms. Once symptoms have resolved & you have completed your course of treatment is a good time to have sex. Read more...