Antibiotics in g6pd deficiency

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He gave me a SWAB test and the results said (few Candida + Pus cells) and that i should take anti-mycotic medication. I told him that I have G6PD deficiency in which I cant eat beans or take some medications... So until now I have no options for treatment because of the G6PD, and I have had this penis issue since January so I am worried it will get serious eventually. So till this day I dont have severe symptoms... My penis opening looks slimy at times from the inside, but it does not smell.
He gave me a SWAB test and the results said (few Candida + Pus cells) and that i should take anti-mycotic medication. I told him that I have G6PD deficiency in which I cant eat beans or take some medications... So until now I have no options for treatment because of the G6PD, and I have had this penis issue since January so I am worried it will get serious eventually. So till this day I dont have severe symptoms... My penis opening looks slimy at times from the inside, but it does not smell.
Before using Bactrim, tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver disease, a folic acid deficiency, asthma or severe allergies, AIDS, a glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD deficiency), or if you are malnourished. Take this medication for the full prescribed length of time. Your symptoms may improve before the infection is completely cleared. Bactrim will not treat a viral infection such as the common cold or flu.
Lori, I'm not medically trained, but here's what I find on the internet for your consideration: Plaquenil is a drug used to treat malaria and also in autoimmune conditions such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. The references I have found as to using it in Lyme treatment combine Plaquenil with another medication at the same time. I wonder if your doc is treating you on the assumption that you have an auto-immune disease and not a bacterial disease -- ?
Your other conditions you mentioned, GDP6 deficiency and empty sella syndrome, can cause various symptoms. G6PD deficiency is an inherited disease that can cause anaemia, or a low haemoglobin level. In G6PD deficiency, if red blood cells come into contact with certain substances in the bloodstream, the missing enzyme causes (triggers*) the cells to rupture and die prematurely.
For me, I realized I have B12 and Vitamin D deficiency so needed to take those vitamins and avoid B6. I live in the NW with no sunlight and have been breastfeeding a baby so all my nutrients went to him. I have heard it takes about three years for full recovery. The thing I don't really understand is why this happens. The first time it happened to me (two years ago) I was taking a fairly high dose of B complex.
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