What does it mean when a person gets a lot of bacterial infections?

January 29th, 2014 by Emily
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Question: What does it mean when a mortal gets a lot of bacterial infections?
What does it mean when a mortal gets a lot of bacterial infections? Because I get thrush, candida, yeast infections, foot fungus, etc. and I am scared to go to the physician and get a diagnosis. I’d rather think it’s something small and go instead o being scared and going.

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Answer by Cometh to Madcoweth
It means you’re kinda gross.

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2 Comments on “What does it mean when a person gets a lot of bacterial infections?”

  1. Sophinator says:

    Go to the doctor some people have these infections chronic but you could have type 2 diabetes get tested get meds to properly clear up your infection if you don’t they won’t go away cause more serious infections

  2. LINDA R says:

    The infections you mention are not bacterial infections. They are fungal infections. There is no way for anyone to figure out through YA what may be causing the problems. You need to see a doctor. I know you’re scared, but waiting and wondering will be more stressful for you than seeing a doctor and getting a diagnosis. Once you get a diagnosis, you can find out what you can do to fix the problem.

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