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    Unhappy Spironolactone & yeast infections

    My endo put me on spironolactone about 3 months ago, and since then I have had recurring yeast infections, which I never had before. Has anyone else had this happen? Nothing else has changed for me, no new meds or new products I use. I don't know if it's from the changes in hormones or if it's something unrelated. I reallllly don't want to stop taking it, but I don't know what else to do.

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    welcome to sc. eating yeast makes yi worse. Have you seen your dr about it?? I had lots of yi about 2 years ago. I did read somewhere online (cant remember where) that drinking white tea helps, and since drinking 2 cups a day i havent had a yi for around 2 years.
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    I get a YI every time I take antibotics, which is normal, just got over one and let me tell you it like to have killed me...LoL
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    Yup, I cant take spiro due to YI

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