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Have any other symptoms that may point to a vaginal
Continue to have symptoms despite home treatment with a
Have symptoms return within 2 months, and
you have not been taking
If you are sure your symptoms are caused by a
vaginal yeast infection, waiting several days to see if the symptoms clear up
on their own is not harmful, especially if you expect your menstrual period
within that time. Sometimes a menstrual period will relieve the symptoms of a
mild yeast infection. If your symptoms continue, you can use nonprescription
medicine. If symptoms continue after treatment, see your doctor.
Who to see
Health professionals who can diagnose and treat a vaginal
yeast infection include:
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March 12, 2014
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