Will Penicillan Cure Yeast Infections

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Tameka Says:


I would like to know taking 1 penicillan s21, daily for 4-5 days cure a yeast infection, while using a monistat 7 cream.



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Tameka Says:

I would like to know taking 1 pencillan s21, daily for 4-5 days cure a yeast infection?

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Verwon Says:

No, Penicillin is an antibiotic that cures bacterial infections and it can actually cause yeast infections, by killing off good bacteria in the body.

Learn more Penicillin details here.

A yeast infection is caused a fungus and it requires an antifungal medication to treat, such as that in Monistat.

Learn more Monistat details here.

Are there any other questions?



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jon boy Says:
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what about for male

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