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Candida( Yeast Infection)
Dear sir / Madam My wife is suffering with Yeast Infection as she took oral medicine when she had 2 months of Pregnancy it is clear when oral medicine used but again she is facing the issue now as I attached reference of previous issue Can we use again that oral medicine for 3 days to treat that please suggest us Thank you
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Mixed infection improve hygine of vagina & it's area wash with betadine lotion , both of u can take FAS 3 kit stat
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Can soft CL vaginal pessary for 6 consecutive days.once every day at night she has to put inside.along with it tab switch plus once in the morning and evening after food for five days.
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It’s prefer local then oral medicine in pregnancy
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For further guidance consult on practo
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It's better she used local pessaries and not oral medications
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