they will still deliver vaginally.. they just told me it would be alot more painful obviously. I asked about them because last year i was getting those alot and was worried i would get one in my pregnancy.. luckily never had one!
Really??? They'd allow for a baby to be delivered and get smothered in yeast infection? Hmm...
Yeah, for me, it wasn't until the middle of my 3rd trimester that I got YI. That was the first in forever, actually. That went away with the 7-day treatment. But it seems as if it's coming back again. So that's why I asked about delivery method just in case it doesn't go away in time when I may go into labor mode.
I've had a yeast infection for weeks and was told not to bother treating it unless it was painful/itchy, which it's not. If it was a real problem I'd think they'd be doing everything to make sure I got rid of it ASAP as I'm so close to delivery.
I asked this same question in another thread earlier and someone said that she delivered with a yeast infection and her baby developed thrush shortly after, but that it was easily treated.
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