Antibiotic therapy is a short-term risk factor for vulvovaginal candidiasis both in first episodes and in recurrent infections. Additionally, increased duration of antibiotic use is directly correlated with an increased prevalence of Candida vaginal infection.
Antibiotic use is a short-term risk factor for symptomatic vulvovaginal candidiasis.
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