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  Laurenlou  |  24

88- Even the secular year system is based off of Jesus. It has been 2013 years since Jesus was born. BC stands for before Christ, and AD stands for some Latin phrase meaning "the time of our Lord."
Just because there are a few "religious nuts" doesn't mean that anyone should condem other beliefs.
You choose to not believe in any type of religion, and thats just fine, but you'd have to nuke the world to get rid of religions.

  Sandman366  |  6

90- Unfortunately, some PC jerks made it so you can use "BCE" (before common era) and "CE". Though BC&AD should be used to respect religion even if it isn't your own (unless you want to piss them off, in which case, whatever god(s) you pray to, help you).

  Phialvalve  |  6

90, wrong there is already another term set, science uses BCE - Before Common Era and CE - Common Era. As the saying goes "If it aint broke don't fix it." the calendar "aint broke" however, religion is.

  dmoran20  |  27

Still haven't figured out why you can buy a 1 day, 5 day or 7 day treatment cream... I mean seriously, who says ahhhh think I'll keep mine for 7 days even though I can clear it up in 1....

  Enslaved  |  36

The one day treatment is very concentrated and designed to stay inside the women for 7 days. It can be very harsh and irritate some. (I also believe it cost much more) Now they make a pill to clear it up. Why do a messy cream vs a pill?

  VooDooCarrie91  |  19

They have suppositories for yeast infections. There's three, once a night and you're good. But you should go to the doctor and confirm that it's not something more serious. Good luck OP.

  Sputnikspak  |  13

Yeast infection treatments are 1, 3, 5 and 7 day doses, depending on the brand. All that changes is the potency of the medication - nothing else. If you're sensitive to meds or skin cream, you probably want the 5 or 7 day kind, it's less likely to irritate. If you have a mild infection, 3 days is probably fine.

Of course, if it doesn't go away, you need to go see your doctor.