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Using Diflucan When You Don’t Have A Yeast Infection

There are a few reasons why you mustn’t use Diflucan when you’re not suffering from yeast infection. If you’re thinking of attempting this action to cure your vaginal infection then this blog post is very important to you.



See your doctor first

Most women that are attempting to cure their vaginal infection when they’re not sure if they have a yeast infection or not haven’t been to see their doctor. If you’re suffering from a vaginal infection or are getting any irritation in that area at all, it’s important that you see your doctor for a correct diagnosis.

It could be something more serious

If you try and cure your infection with Diflucan and you’re not suffering from a yeast infection then the real infection will just get worse. This could lead to you receiving permanent damage to your reproductive organs if the real infection isn’t correctly treated in time.

Creating resistant yeast

Not only will another infection get worse but you will also be creating resistant yeast in your body. If you expose the Candida yeast to the Diflucan when you’re not suffering from a yeast infection the yeast will build up some resistance. If you ever suffer from a yeast infection in the future it will be more difficult to cure as the yeast in your body has already been exposed. You will then have the trouble of suffering from chronic yeast infections that can last for weeks or months.

Your body’s natural bacterial balance

Exposing your body to anti fungal drugs will upset the natural balance of bacteria living in your intestines. The Candida yeast is kept under control by friendly bacteria, and killing this will allow the Candida to take control. So if you’re suffering from another vaginal infection, you then have the chance of creating a yeast infection as well.

The most important thing to do is see your doctor. Then once you have a correct diagnosis your can treat your infection correctly.


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