- How do I convince the next doctor or nurse I see that my chronic yeast infection and skin condition seem to be related and check my skin for cutaneous yeast?
How do I convince the next doctor or nurse I see that my chronic yeast infection and skin condition seem to be related and check my skin for cutaneous yeast?
I'm almost positive I have had a yeast infection and have tried and failed at treating it for at least 6 months. In addition to a rash that comes and goes all over my face (I believe the rash to be Candida related or at least Candida and a secondary infection). Now it has spread to my back and in the past has lead to scarring on my leg. I believe I developed an erythema - not sure if I spelled it right but it is a very deep dark scar. I woke up with the wound never having injured myself. Also, I woke up in the past with buele, I think that's the spelling) looked like terrible burn as in the past. I have seen doctors for months and was told you just need to stop touching your face, etc.
Finally, the woman who saw the burn like bubbles on my arm told me there was no way I could have done that myself and she was sorry for my experience. However, my point is since the problems with my skin I realized it seems to coincide with yeast infections. How do I get doctors to take me seriously or at least check for it? I mean seeing as I've had a yeast infection that failed with all over the counter treatments and only slightly responded to diflucan. I would think they would want to help with the yeast that is disfiguring my face. But because I have a past drug history, I feel like I am now get profiled in public and by the medical community who thinks its a drug behavior?
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