Dr. David Sneid
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: Usually not

Necessary, but check w/your doctor.

In brief: Usually not

Necessary, but check w/your doctor.
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Dr. John Weeks
Family Medicine

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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