If you have been getting these infections every month for a few months now and you are sexually active pops a big red flag in my head. There is a big chance that if you are with the same partner, you could be reinfecting yourself through him. Men too can get yeast infections; however, they usually have no symptoms, and the infection will eventually clear on its own. So, you should refrain from sexual activity for the time being. If you have a yeast infection now or you know you are getting one, go to your local drug store and buy two (2) yeast infection treatments. Follow the directions of course and complete one treatment, then directly after the first complete the second treatment. It may just be that you need two treatments due to the fungus and/or reinfecting yourself, which is common in many patients. Only after a few days after the second treatment is complete
should you be sexually active. This will give your partner time for his infection to clear up and yours.
This should clear up the infections. If after all this and you still get a yeast infection there could be other issues going on such as medication, diet... and therefore you should see your gyno.
*Another thing that I recommend using in combination with your other treatment is acidophillus, which is the natural bacteria in our bodies that fight off candididas (the fungus that causes yeast infections) almost all drug stores now carry the product.
I hope this helps, good luck!!