I was wondering if there is a connection between urinating frequently up to 10x a day and candida?
I have a history of being on antibiotics for most of my childhood because of ear infections.
Now i have chronic yeast infection at least once a month i get one or more.
This problem first started 6 months ago I just started peeing a lot no other symptoms or pain. Went to the doctor and they told me i had a Uti put me on bactrim I decided to also eat huge amounts of yogurt because of my history it went away.
Now i have the same thing going on again the doctor didn't send my urine to the lab to be tested they gave me a antibiotic, one and then another, then when my urine came back there was no bacteria in it and they told me that i might have Interstitial Cystitis, but i read the symptoms and there has to be pain to have that and i dont have any pain anywhere at all, just going to the bathroom a lot thats it.
The doctor also said that i don't have diabetes because my sugar level is to low to have it.
this problem is always onset with a yeast infection at the same time, what should i do??
The Urinary tract is a very common location for fungal candida to take up residence, and given your past history of antibiotic use, it would almost be expected to be there, as well as elsewhere. Frequent urination can be your body's attempt to eliminate an irritant in that tissue.