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Should I talk to my doctor about my chronic yeast infection?

You should definitely talk to your doctor about your chronic yeast infection. If you are having recurring infections, your doctor can help you find the treatment that can work for you. Likewise, by discussing your medical history, your doctor may be able to determine the factors that are causing your yeast infections to be chronic.

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