Can I take a laxative for constipation with a over the counter pill called Azo for urinary tract infection/yeast infection?

Yes that should be. ok. OTC laxatives should work for you but if they dont then see a healthcare provider for prescription stuff. Are you taking Azo for a diagnosed UTI? Azo will turn your urine orange. Be sure to drink lots of water/liquids to help keep the constipation from worsening or coming back.

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How can I tell the different between a yeast infection and a urinary tract infection?

Urinalysis + swab. Both may show up in the urine. Urine culture could reveal which it is. Yeast will tend to cause a whitish vaginal discharge and UTI will not. Vaginal swab can detect yeast immediately if checked by microscopy. Read more...

What can cause you to get a urinary tract infection and a yeast infection at the same time. Both are reoccurring.?

Yes. Although their proximity is close, a vaginal yeast infection and a urinary tract infection are two separate infections and can occur simultaneously. Read more...
Possibly sex. Recurrent yeast infections can occur from sex with an untreated uncircumcised partner, have partner tested. Also utis if u don't urinate after sex. Recurrent yeast infections can be proven by repeated positive cultures and may require long term (6 months) treatment. Avoid scented/dyed soaps & personal hygiene products. Etc. Shower, don't bathe. No synthetic underwear. Consult your gyn dr. Read more...

Can a yeast infection cause you to get a urinary tract infection?

Yes -yeast will help. other germs. Think of it this way - the germs are having a 'party' at your expense. So if you have symptoms of urinary frequency, burning or discomfort, and/or abnormal smell or appearance of the urine - you could have a UTI as well as candidal vaginitis. Sorry! But your doc should be able to help - I recommend to call over there. A urinalysis will confirm the exact 'cause' of the infection. Read more...

How can I tell if I have a yeast infection, urinary tract infection, or something else?

OTC tests. There are over-the-counter test kits to check for each as a screening tool. Next step is to treat it appropriately. Read more...