10 Jun 2011
No, antibiotics cause fungal yeast infections by killing off all the bacteria, the good bacteria help keep the fungi that cause yeast in check. Once the taste grow out of control, a yeast infection sets in. If you are on birth control pills or diabetic, you are more prone to yeast. Get your dr to give you rx for diflucan or get some monistat-1 overnight kit. Those will treat the yeast.
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