Awhile back there was a thread going about using plain yogurt for vaginal yeast and reintroducing good bacteria "there" so as to bring back those good bugs. Someone mentioned the suggestion of using a syringe and I can't find that information when I typed it in. I would like to know how often and how much yogurt they are using. I'm giving that idea a go as I'm right now on some major antibiotic therapy for a "bad type of bacterial intestinal infection". My doctor ran a fecal exam to test for yeast which is definately a problem along with several other underlying infections. I forgot to ask my doctor what exactly the name of that bacteria was that I tested very high and positive for but I'll find out. He said its unclear how we get in contact with this infection but it can make some people sick for a long time and since I also have CFIDS and Fibro, its one more thing to clear up in the long link of causes of our problems. Which by the way, so far I have to say while being on the extended round of antibiotics it is definately making me feel alot better so he may very well be on to something. However along with the course of antibiotics, yeast beast issues are of course also problematic. I'm on Diflucan but will have to switch to Nizoral or Sporonax (sp) due to the fact the Diflucan is making the vaginal yeast and most likely the systemic yeast becoming resistant to its affect. I've also started on some oregano oil capsules. I'm hoping that will give a extra punch to get rid of yeast and other infections. Any suggestions on when to take those capsules etc. or with or without food, etc. whatever would be helpful. Also info on the yogurt. Thanks out there for all the great suggestions.