This is quite unlikely to be leukemia. Bone marrow aspiration establishes the diagnosis of leukemia. Some blasts will be seen in the peripheral smear in patients with acute leukemias. CML is defined by its peripheral WBC count. Typically, leukocytosis is in excess of 100,000/ cubic mm. To diagnose CLL, a lymphocytosis of greater than 5000/ cubic mm must be present. So this is not likely to be leukemia.
Chronic yeast infection often require long-term or prophylactic oral azole therapy for control. So for that, the recommended regimen is fluconazole 150 mg every other day for 3 doses, followed by weekly fluconazole 150-200 mg for 6 months. This regimen abate the symptoms and prevents further recurrence in majority.
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