I got a yeast infection I can't get rid of. 42 in full menopause. No STD, tried Diflucan, home remedies what can I try next?

For a chronic. yeast infection that did not go away with one dose of diflucan - you need to be seen by your physician as it may require additional treatment. Unfortunately not all women's yeast infections resolve quickly.

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