Im 30 and have reoccuring yeast infections. I have tried all of the treatments, miconazole,diflucan,terconazole, boraic acid capsules,which work the the longest of all the medications and nothing seems to permanently treat it..The treatments clear it for a few days but it always comes back. i got a pap test and it was normal. Ive tried probiotic capsules, yogurt and nothing seems to regulate the yeast infections. Ive been to the doctor and no one seems to be able to tell me whats causing them. SOme say maybe diet,another doctor said if i lose weight they may improve...i am really frustrated that no doctor has a solution or can tell me what to do. i even got tested for diabetes and i am not diabetic...what is wrong with me? View Thread
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