Firstly, I am not a doctor, I am a microbiologist. How was your daughter's yeast identified? Usually, when you have a "systemic" yeast infection you are very ill and usually hospitalized. It is not just a overgrowth of yeast in the intestines or a vaginal/oral yeast infection. Did she have testing to prove she had oral and vaginal yeast? Did or does she have a high fever? Was she tested? Does she have diabetes or HIV or cancer etc. that would make her immunocompromised? There are some yeast that are resistant to some anti-fungal medications. Usually, these types are resistant to anti-fungals that end in azole such as fluconazole. Can you either message me or go on the infectious disease forum, as the note system doesn't let you write much. Thanks mkh9
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