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37 Week, Yeast Infection...

This is a discussion on 37 Week, Yeast Infection... within the Third Trimester forum, part of the Pregnancy Forum category; My gynae did a bacteria check up for me last week (week 37). And I was told I have yeast ...

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    37 Week, Yeast Infection...

    My gynae did a bacteria check up for me last week (week 37).
    And I was told I have yeast infection....and was given a tablet (just one tablet) to put into vagina.
    I am a bit worried...is it enough to kill the bacteria? would there be any harm to baby when he come out naturally?

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    Re: 37 Week, Yeast Infection...

    I believe you only have slight yeast infection, that's why your gynae only gave you one tablet. My sister In law who is prone to yeast infection, the gynae gave her an injection on the same day where she was in the labour ward.

    If you still feel uncomfortable, just give your gynae a call and check if you will be given a jab or can you request for 2nd tablet.

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