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Old 07-07-2005, 09:00 AM   #1
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Question Help, Please???

Im 26 weeks and currently have a yeast infection and a bladder infection. Can microbid cause yeast infections? Also, I was prescribed Gonazole 1 yesterday and its a one time treatment at bed time. So I put it on like the Dr. told me to and went right to bed. Well being that Im pregnant with a UTI, I had to go to the bathroom of course with in the next hour, and then the next hour after. So did the dose even get to do its job? I really tried to not go but I had too. Anyone else had this during pregnancy? What did you try that worked? Im soo miserable I just want to give up. Please give me some help, or some kind of input. Im also using Monistat 7 day, but only on the outside and around the opening inside. Someone told me to put plain yogurt on it, but Im afriad that might make it worse. Anyone done this that can testify that it works? Please please help.

Should I just call the Dr. and ask them about the dose not having enough time to absorb before going to the bathroom?

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Old 07-07-2005, 10:39 AM   #2
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Re: Yeast infection ???

I took Macrobid for a UTI when I was pregnant and it worked very well for me. As for the yeast infection (not sure if Macrobid can cause a yeast infection, I guess anyting is possible) my doctor prescribes me Diflucan (sp?) it's just one pill and it usually clears up within 24 hours. I don't know if you can take this when you're pregnant, call your doctor and see - b/c having a UTI and putting cream "down there" for a yeast infection (to me) is almost pointless. Sorry - just my opinion.

I'm sure you're miserable b/c of your UTI plus the frequency that just comes with being pregnant and going to the bathroom. I hope you get relief soon!

Take Care.


Old 07-07-2005, 12:09 PM   #3
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Re: Yeast infection ???

I was thinking the same thing. I didnt understand how they expected me to be able to keep cream there when he knows Im going so very often. I dont think you can take Diflucan during pregnancy, I have taken it before pregnancy though. If its not any better by in the morning I am going to call them. I just feel like Im bothering them.

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