What Happens When Taking Pliva 334 And You Still Discharging

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What happens when you're done taking pliva 334 and you're still discharging what does that mean??



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kate! How are you?

It means that it may not have been the proper medication for your problem, or you might not have been given enough of it.

What type of infection is being treated?

If it's a yeast infection, then you'll need an actual antifungal medication.


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