Sulfamethoxazole Tmp Ds Tab Used For Yeast Infection

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gabby Says:
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Ok so i used tho medication and got what i would like to think is a yeast infection. Thick white skimpy discharge but without the smell or itch. And i went to my GYN and was testednegative for everything but e coli wwhich was why i took it. But now there is this discjarge so i am now using an over the counter 3 day monistat to hopefully clear the symptoms and side effects of the medication. If this does not work then i will talk to another GYN because frankly im not happy with the way my current doctor treats me as a patient.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Gabby! How are you?

This medication is an antibiotic and most of them can cause a yeast infection, as a side effect, as listed by the FDA, along with nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash, headache and diarrhea.

However, if you didn't have any itching, then you most likely didn't have a yeast infection, since that's one of the most common symptoms of it, along with a thick, cottage cheese like discharge.

You actually may not have had anything, it could just have been discharge due to the antibiotic changing the bacterial balance of your body.

As to your doctor, yes, if you're not happy with them, then please see someone else. There is no need to put up with being treated in an acceptable manner.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Patrice Says:
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Whenever I have to take an antibiotic, I just automatically pick up medication for a yeast infection since its a give me that I will get one 99% of the time. I guess antibiotics mess with the bacteria in our vaginas. I'm old enough to remember that there was a time that if we got a yeast infection we had to get checked by my OB/GYN. Now that most of the medications are over the counter, it saves me time and money

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