RectiCare should not be used for yeast infection this is more for pain only and well not heal the yeast infection. you should go to the pharmacy or call your doctor and they may phone something in for the yeast infection but most of the creams and such over the counter were prescription not long ago just go in and talk to the pharmacist or call them on the phone if you would be more comfortable and tell them what you have and if they can get you something for yeast infection and you would like to pick it up at the counter. Many creams so you can just apply it or chances are if it's starting you might as well insert vaginally and treat yourself for the yeast infections now along with making sure rub some on the labia. the RECTICARE IS PAIN ONLY.DON'T APPLY TO YEAST AND DON'T use alot it is adsorbed in body.a little dab well do you.
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