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Recurrent yeast infection & bacterial vaginosis, abdominal bloating. Trying to conceive, using monistat / menzonale cream. Advise?

I have been getting bv and yeast infections pretty much every month for the past 2 yrs. I have been trying to get pregnant for past 2 yrs and ever since I got off birth control pills I have been getting these infections. Between my gyn on my fertility doctor I am prescribed either monistat or menzonale cream. I have severe abdominal bloating that I look like I am 7 months pregnant. Help me what can I do? Do I see urologist? Gastrologist?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Many a time fungal infection with local cream may not work.In such cases you have to go for oral antifungal medicine like Flucanozole 1 tablet per week for one month.
For abdominal bloating you may take Omiprazole or pentazole tablet after consulting your doctor.
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