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If you saw a physician for the same reason within a year and you are a women between 18 and 55 years old, he probably does (there are few exceptions), On the contrary, you will probably have to see a physician. Some pharmacists can make a test and give you antibiotic under certain circonstances, but it is less often (usually, some extra fees are required for the test) -- you should ask your nearest pharmacist to see if he can do either of these two options for you or if you have to see a physician
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