I'm in my mid 30's and until this year I have never had a yeast or bacterial infection, but this year I seem to get them every month. I'm not sexually active, I don't use douches, and I have taken all the recommendations that my Doctor has suggested; changed soaps, type of underwear, tampons, etc., and have been on antibiotics, but they still return. The doctor now says that "well, it's just common in some women" I can't except that and I'm at my wit's end. Please help, I don't want to be on antibiotics for the rest of my life, not to mention, inevitably building a resistance to the antibiotics.:mad:
I just want my life back
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