Our expert says:
OK, Wilma - this isnt a psychiatric question, so mine wouldn't be the most useful answer for you ! I can think of a whole range of possible causes, and only a doctor who can examine you p[roperly, and who has the results of blood and other tests, can have a clearer idea of what might be the cause. Sometimes there's a problem if one stops taking an antibiotic before the infection is entirely gone, and it returns. Sometimes the infection is mainly a sign of something else that may be going wrong.
See the best doctor you can reach, whether at a clinic, provincial hospital or privatye practice, and preferably a specialist in general medicine rather than only a GP, to get the best and most useful answer
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