Est Planned Parenthood? a good place to go if you think you have an infection? No yeast?

March 9th, 2012 by Emily

Question: est? planned parenthood a good place to go if you think you have an infection? No Yeast Not sure if I have one and I usually s? it all go? for birth control. No evidence of infection running? No yeast Tambi? N? ? And cu? Nt you think the medicine / visit will have? cost (I get the rates m? s low because todav? to’m under 18 with children). Thanks Greatest answer : Answer

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No need to go to the pharmacy Planned Parenthood.Ir m? s close and purchase Monistat or CanestenEsto will cure your infection? No Yeast

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3 Comments on “Est Planned Parenthood? a good place to go if you think you have an infection? No yeast?”

  1. mamachick says:

    Yes it is. I go there for PAP tests. A doc can tell if it’s yeast by your symptoms and by an exam. You can get creams from Walmart or a place like CVS. You should be able to get what you need for under $20. If this is your first yeast infection, you need to go somewhere to get it checked to make sure that it is a yeast infection and not something else.

  2. Pluckiducki says:

    Yes. They have doctors there that can make sure that it is a yeast infection. If you have had one before you can just go to the local drugstore and get an over the counter treatment for it. If you are not certain that it is a yeast infection, it is better to let the doctor check it out.

  3. Stephanie M says:

    Typically, a physician will suspect a yeast infection from the description of one’s symptoms: burning, soreness, pain during intercourse, and abnormal discharge (so typically no tests are done). However, if you are sexually active these could also be symptoms of an STD, so visiting planned parenthood could be a great option(for testing). If you are not sexually active, there are multiple OTC medications available at all drugstores and they will be relatively inexpensive.

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