Glibizide Causing A Yeast Infection

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James Says:
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I'm a type 2 diabetic. I take tradjenta met for men and glibizide. My tester says my blood sugars are acceptable in the 109 to 130 range but my a1c was high so my Dr upped my glibizide to twice a day and left everything else the same. I think the tradjenta is 5mg the met for men is 1000 and my glibizide is 5. My issue is my private parts, I'm a guy and I got a yeast infection. I kinda "dribble" after I go to bathroom. Why I don't know, prostate maybe, but the yeast is caused by my kidneys passing the extra sugar through my urine. Does this drug or any of the others cause this? Please help. I'm itching to death here guys.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, James! How are you?

Has your doctor verified that it's a yeast infection? Dribbling like that is more often a sign of a urinary tract infection.

Whichever one it is, diabetics are more prone to developing them, especially if your blood sugar levels are not under good control, according to the NIH.

Thus, it most likely isn't due to the medication, but only your doctor can say for sure.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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James Says:
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Thanks buddy, yes it is a yeast infection. He gives my nystatin powder for it but it seems to be constant. I haven't mentioned the dribbling to him for the fear of the prostate issues. I know an enlarged prostate can cause this and fear the consequences of a check up next appt. is within this month and I called my nurse n let her know so I couldn't chicken out ..ha..ha..I know this is a time sensitive matter. I'm hoping for the uti, cause myself ...never thought of that. I do believe you are right. But just in case it's not what other symptoms go along with an enlarged prostate. Like maybe pain in your testicles, not sharp but a kind of dull ache? Sorry for the personal questions but I'm very anxious about this situation and am kinda shy in the exam room. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated... and thank you again Verwon for your input.

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