Hi Jane it's been alongtime since I have been on this board but alot has still been going on, currently my GYN's locally and in Iowa City have tryed every treatment well oraly and vaginal to treat this yeast infection that will not go away and it keeps mutating into other types, I'm not even sure what type right now but I have this strong burning, itching and very strong fish odor and alot of discharge but it's not really white cottage cheese like it's actually clear but smels really bad. I have been even on a course of diflucan for three months every three days and then 14days twice a day every day and stil didin't work. I have also been treated with Gentlin viliot and had a allergic reaction and I have mentioned to my GYN in Mason I would like to have IV meds because my Iowa City GYNs thought it might be the only thing left but I am just not sure what med they will use plus I have no insurance and I don't work so I have to have it done in My home town. My GYN's nurse was supost to call me back after talking with my GYN about me wanting to have IV meds and that any creams he wanted to try I can't use I am allergic to all of them it sucks I hurt so bad when I saw him on monday he said that he couldn't believe how bad I looked it hurt so bad his nurse had to hold my hand. I hope he is on call this weekend because maybe he can just order the IV meds because it is so painful I just can't take the itching and burning and odor anymore.What would they use for IV meds
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