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Suffering from candida infection, normal sugar test, had taken regesterone continuously for 2-3 cycles to delay periods. Side effect of medicine?

hi iam 28 years old iam having one child he is 2 years old ...last week i got candaminal infection ...doc asked me to take sugar test is quite normal only ...and one thing i want to informed is before 2 or 3 months i was continously taking regestrone 5 mg for 4 days before my periods .. to delay my periods i think this side effect may cause yeast infection? or wat?
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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Hi..sugan.., candida infection is common in diabetic hence, your blood sugar was checked.. but its normal.., by taking contraceptives will not cause candida infection.. by wearing wet underwears, STDs, unhygienic are cause for the infection..

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OBGYN Dr. Asra Ishtiaq Ahmed's  Response
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Candidiasis has nothing to do with use of regesterone tabs. Regesterone is a progesterone tablet and has no side effects of infection.
The more likely causes of candidiasis are
Higher dose combined oral contraceptive pill and oestrogen-based hormone replacement therapy
A course of broad spectrum antibiotics such as tetracycline or amoxiclav
Diabetes mellitus
Iron deficiency anaemia
Immunological deficiency e.g., HIV infection
On top of another skin condition, often psoriasis, lichen planus or lichen sclerosus.
Other chronic illnesses
Candidal infection is more common in pregnancy also.

The candidal infection can be avoided by following measures by you if you have repeated episodes:

Cotton or moisture-wicking underwear and loose fitting clothing – avoid occlusive nylon pantyhose.

Soaking in a salt bath. Avoid soap – use a non-soap cleanser or aqueous cream for washing.

keep the perineum clean and dry.

Frequent change of pads during menses.

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