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Not another yeast infection!

Just last month you had a vaginal yeast infection. It was treated. You breathed a sigh of relief and proceeded with life.

But now, weeks later, the symptoms seem to be back. What’s going on?

Make sure that you really have a yeast infection. Symptoms of a yeast infection are very similar to other conditions. It’s very important to see your healthcare professional, because many women misdiagnose themselves with a yeast infection.

One recent study focused on 95 women who were about to buy an over-the-counter yeast infection medication. The women were intercepted at pharmacies and asked if they would be willing to see a physician about their condition. The clinical examination showed that a high percentage of these women had misdiagnosed their condition. See your doctor to get the correct diagnosis and treatment. And remember to review the potential risk factors of a yeast infection.

These include taking antibiotics, taking oral contraceptives, and having uncontrolled diabetes. You can’t always avoid these risk factors. If you think you have a yeast infection, make sure you see your doctor for the correct diagnosis.

If your doctor has diagnosed you with a yeast infection, consider Diflucan. It’s the #1 doctor-prescribed yeast infection treatment. Diflucan provides effective, fast treatment for vaginal yeast infections, without the mess.

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