At some point, my only remaining system was a burning feeling during sex, hence I kept going back. Clearly not helpful when trying to conceive. Treatment varied from 3 weekly pessaries to oral tablets etc. After 18 months I was so fed up that I asked for further testing.
It came back it was candida glabatra. I was told the treatment given to me was not actually going to work. I stopped the pessaries and the pain finally is gone for about 6 months. We have gone back to the fertility clinic. Recent test showed I still got a profuse infection. I explained my history and my reluctance to use treatment again but they still advised me to use the over the counter stuff.
It feels the symptoms have flared up again which is incredibly frustrating. I am not convinced this is the case. This sounds like a more logic reasoning to me. My recent tests show that I got 10 follicles on one side, 11 on the other, AMH levels were low; I am booked in for the NK killer cells test recommended by the clinic pounds though they postponed it now due to this infection. I am not overly keen on starting IVF to be honest.
Is this unreasonable? Thank you in advance for making time to read this, warm regards, E.
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I would say you are being eminently reasonable. Firstly you need to know that thrush is extremely common, generally harmless but unpleasant, and often very persistent which is why there is a multiplicity of treatments available However, I would say that I have never seen such bad thrush that infertility follows.
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I suppose it is just possible that you have secondary infection with another organism which has blocked or damaged your tubes but a laparosopy was normal so this seems at best a remote possibility. One issue, though, is why you get recurrent thrush? Do you take antibiotics, for example which can reduce your resistance to fungal infection? Is there any evidence that you have diabetes — often predisposes to thrush infections?
Have the doctors made every attempt to rid your gut of any thrush as this could reinfect you? And are there any diets you take which improve your fungal infections or make the thrush worst? It is ridiculous on the face of it to say the sperm are abnormal without giving you fuller information. Of course quality matters. And yes, whilst IVF might confirm whether there is a problem with fertilisation, this is an incredibly expensive way of making a diagnosis.
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My first thought is that you should see an andrologist — a male fertility expert — they do exist and they can give you a much better idea of what may be needed. By the way — there is no evidence that the NK test is of any value at all — I cannot advise you to spend this money; it seems a complete waste. The very fact that you are being advised to have this worries me that basic tests which you should undoubtedly have are being ignored — it is even possible you may feel safer by changing the clinic you attend. The only antibiotics I have had in my life were in Central America when I was 18 years old for a period of 6 weeks for a urinary tract infection.
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It did. The treatment for this candida glabatra I have been given is the occasional oral tablet and lots of pessaries. I went back to the GUM clinic yesterday for some advice. As I am a-symptomatic now, she was reluctant to prescribe me anything but did give me some oral tablets. She also stated that she could not see this would cause any issues for conceiving.
With regards to the diet; I have made some slight changes though I have got quite a balanced diet anyway.
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