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Having candid infection in vagina and urinary infection. Taken Nitrofuran. Will this medication affect fertility?

i m 27 yrs married women .having candid infection in vagina 3 months 1 month ago urine examination shows 50-60 hpf pus cells, albumin present.nitrofuran was taken for 21 days again i m feeling burning micturation.does doxycyclin and nitrofuran affects my fertility during medication.what would be route cause of this infection.we both are STD free.,hyginic.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Hi vili,
Welcome to healthcare Magic!
Nitrofurantoin and doxycycline are potent antibiotics and need to be taken in the physician supervision.
They are not effective for Candida infection. The infection can take place through sexual intercourse.
May be you were treated for it but it was never cured. You should not conceive during this treatment.
You need to consult a gynecologist for local examination and get a urine culture and CBC, high vaginal swab- gram stain & culture and then decide about management.
Wish you a great health!
Answered: Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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