Yeast Infections/Fluid on Tubes Leaking?
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Keeley - August 26

What can cause reoccuring yeast infections? I never had a yeast infection until my early 20s when I was in FL in a wet bathing suit on a very hot day for hours. It seemed like after that happend, I have reoccuring yeast infections every few months. (I try to keep my sugar intake in check, wear cottong underwear, no nylons). The only thing that works to get rid of it is Diflucan.

My second part to this question is, can tubes filled with fluid leak? If so would this be something you would phsyically see or feel? And if this is the case, could this cause reoccuring yeast infections?

 

B. Jacobs, M. D. - August 27

If your recurrent infections are really yeast, you have diabetes until proven otherwise. It is not related to fluid in your tubes. That is an entirely different issue.
Good luck.

 

Keeley - August 27

My doctor tested me for diabetes a few years back and I did not have diabetes. Do I need to be tested again?

 

B. Jacobs, M. D. - August 27

That is probably a good idea.

 

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