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The cream that my midwife perscribed me for my thrush is actually working and ive only been using it for a couple of days. Theres only slight itchiness now and the discharge has gone down considerably. Can thrush be passed onto my parter by any chance? Because if it can he should get himself checked out and if he has got it he needs to be treated aswell. Please answer as I do not know if this kind of infection could be passed on sexually
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replied July 23rd, 2006
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I don't mean for this to sound rude but...

I have some good advice for you.

The internet is so full of information... So here it is.


so many topics for every little thing... Go to goole and type things like "thursh" + "intercourse" or "back pains" + "pregnancy" for your other topics... Etc etc... I just thought i'ld teach you how to use a search engine since it will save you a lot of time compared to posting a topic about every single little thing... And taking up all the room on the board. :s
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replied July 23rd, 2006
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I just really wanted to talk to someone with experience from it as the internet isnt always useful to me. Its help me a bit throughout the pregnancy but they say so many different things that I dont know what is true, so experience is always better for me. Sorry for wasting your time
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replied July 23rd, 2006
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I personally find www.Wikipedia.Org very very reliable. If other places have let you down I would give wikipedia a try.
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replied July 23rd, 2006
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Ok thanks ill make a note of that
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