Is Bactrim effective for treating vaginal yeast infection?
Question posted by auntsqueaky on 11 Aug 2014
Last updated on 11 August 2014 by DzooBaby
No, "yeast infection" is a fungus called Candida Albicans, not a bacteria. Bactrim often aggravates yeast infection and causes yeast overgrowth. You need an antifungal drug to kill "yeast infections".
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NO. Yeast is a fungus bactrim kills bacteria. If anything it would make it worse.
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