two weeks of pain i got diagnosed with small amount of yeast and bacterial vaginitis can I still be pregnant?

Darlene - posted on 11/29/2012 ( 3 moms have responded )

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Ok I went today and met up with an obgyn....i got tests done today because i was having about two weeks of nausea, lower bach ache, headaches, and cramping....they called me back and the nurse said i tested positive for yeast, and bacterial vaginitis, i have an appointment in one week to get an internal ultrasound because the symptoms that i am having are not due from the yeast and the bacterial vaginitis....i was wondering if anyone knows what can cause this....and if this can be related to pregnancy.......?......the nurse told me i take only 1 pill for the yeast and 5 pills for the bacterial vagenitis



btw i Have a fiance i had for 4 years and a daughter....i never had this before i had my period November 6-9th and had unprotected sex the 9, 10 , 11, 15 and 18....

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Sarah - posted on 11/30/2012

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for yeast infections and BV you'll usually just get an antibiotic that is safe during pregnancy. If your dr said it was ok, then take it as prescribed :)

Darlene - posted on 11/29/2012

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yeah i think i am but i know i am not supposed to over thinking like as we speak right now im having mild cramping a nd lower back aches.....he did ask me if i was TTC i told him well the way me and my fiance think is (if i get pregnant i get pregnant) i have never been on BC scince i gave birth to my daughter so i think that is why he wants to wait for the ultrasound on the 5th of december because that would be my expected period.......idk what to think so i hope that when i told him i was on no birth control that it will be fine to take........just in case i am pregnant.....

Sarah - posted on 11/29/2012

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Yes you can still be pregnant although that may not be related to the pain. If you think you may be pregnant tell your doctor. Most likely the medications prescribed to you would not harm a developing fetus, but always better safe than sorry! :)

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