Welcome to the site. Birth control pills and replacement hormones are both pretty bad about causing recurrent yeast infections. Maybe your dr will rx you an oral pill, called Diflucan aka fluconazole, it treats it from the inside and might really help you get this under control. Until then, use the over the counter treatments for relief. A yeast infection is bad, but not as bad as an unplanned pregnancy, so don't stop your pills, talk to your dr about how frequently you are getting them and hopefully dr will rx you some diflucan. Patti
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