how long after a yeast infection can i start using tampons?

August 12th, 2013 by Emily
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Question: how long after a yeast infection can i begin using tampons?
i think tampons might have given me a yeast infection. it’s been treated and the symptoms seem to have went away this past wednesday night.
when can i begin using tampons again?
my next period should be in a few days to a week.

Best answer:

Answer by bigbootyroxxanne
right away, but you might want to move a few days because you are still sensitive up there, you might still be a tiny swollen.

but if you think that the tampon was the cause of the yeast infection you dont want to continue to use them,
you can be having an allergic reaction to the tampon ( the fabric thats used to make tampons)
but also you can get a yeast infection from wearing tight pants, wearing a thong, intake to much yeast, leaving discharge on your panties, or even from taking antibiotics.

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