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What’s a good way to get rid of a yeast infection? And do I have one?

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It seems like every time after I have sex (usually a couple times a week, around the weekend), it burns a little when I pee, and I get itchy up there. This happens every time and it’s very annoying, should I be concerned?

Also, what are some nice ways that I can get rid of a yeast infection (if it is one), without going to the doctor?

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  1. L Mae wrote:

    If you really don’t want to go to the doctor, they have test kits now at wal mart, walgreens, etc. It will tell you whether or not you have a yeast infection. The medicine for it is right beside it in case you need that as well. Check in the pharmacy section.

    Monday, January 31, 2011 at 8:32 pm | Permalink
  2. Gnome Tamer wrote:

    I just got over a yeast infection after visiting the doctor, and I was told that there that I could simply cure the yeast infection by any over the counter yeast product that claims to cure it in seven days. My doctor suggested Monostat 7, which I bought for only $13. Monostat also sells 1 days yeast cures and 5 day yeast cures, yet my doctor said that the 5 day yeast treatment had an 88% success rate compared to the 7 day, which pretty much leaves no trace of yeast. Suit yourself, but I would choose the 7 day if I were you.

    PS: Do not leave a yeast infection untreated! It can lead to pelvic inflamatory disesase, which can permanently damage your ovaries and uterus, and the damage is irreversible. Please take care of your body.

    Monday, January 31, 2011 at 9:21 pm | Permalink
  3. steph19812006 wrote:

    well with a yeast infection you usualy get white cottage cheese looking discharge. and it usually makes your skin around your vagina itch. i would try using something like ky gel next time you are sexually active to reduce some of the friction and if youve been using laytex condoms you could be allergic to the laytex try a laytex free condom with some added lube see it that dont help oh and if your condom have spermicide in them then theres your problem some times bc can cause this try just washing with a warm soapy wash clothe right after sex and see it that wont sooth some of the itching

    Monday, January 31, 2011 at 9:59 pm | Permalink
  4. KEDARNATH I wrote:

    I think you are just having sensitive skin. I dont think its a yeast infection. Does it smell bad or can you visibly see a difference?

    Monday, January 31, 2011 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

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