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I too have been struggling with yeast for about 9 months. Have seen tons of drs, tried long-term diflucan therapy, boric acid, take probiotics, garlic capsules, various other antifungals, use 100% cotton undies, etc with constant yeast infections. No HIV no diabetes.
Mine all started after a weeks worth of antibiotics...I was totally fine before this. Have you experienced any relief and/or figured out what the issue was? If so, what helped?
Hi, I had tried eveything just like you. This all began after I was on the prev-pac for 2 weeks. Things have gotten better. I only had one in june and 1 in sept. Still have no idea what was causing it or what made it better. All my test also came back negative. My CD4's were re-tested and came back normal.
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