Posted by: Gthing | 2004/01/14


I often have thrush so I want to know if this is normal and it is not what must I do cos in a year it does happen 3 times last I even had pains and I went to the GP and can this affect my fertelity?

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Please check the archives for ways of preventing recurrent thrush. It will not affcet fertility.

Best wishes

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Posted by: www | 2004/01/15

No, thrush cannot affect your fertility, in fact when you're pregnant you're more prone to getting thrush regularly.
You can get treatment from the pharmacy without prescription.

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Posted by: Mrs J | 2004/01/14

It helps to put 2-3 drops of Tea Tree Oil in your bathwater - it takes away the itchy feeling and helps to prevent it from happening again. Also to squirt plain yoghurt up your vagina.

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Posted by: gthing | 2004/01/14

Trush 3 times in a year can it affect fertility and I am 27

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