Thank you for posting your queries to us.
It is true that one of the side effects of augmentin
in women is vaginal yeast infection but it is also possible that the same symptoms you are presenting with could be due to another type of infection such bacteria. If this not the first time you are using monistat 3, then it is most unlikely be a side effect of the drug and just the aggravation of another infection order than the yeast infection that you contracted while on the course of augmentin. If it is another infection, then it is possible that the germs in place are not susceptible to augmentin and you will need your doctor to examine and run a vaginal smear/culture to determine which kind of infection you are presenting with. There is no need to step to monistat 7
if you are still presenting with persistent symptoms. They have the same generic forms just the dosage concentrations differ. You will probably need to also take an antihistamine for the itching. So I suggest you visit a doctor so he can examine you properly.
Hope this helps and happy new year