Even if you think that your vaginal infection is due to yeast overgrowth, it is wise to talk to your doctor first. The discomfort you feel can be caused by something completely different, and the start of an incorrect treatment for a yeast infection can delay your treatment. If you are pregnant, consult a doctor before starting any treatment. And consult your health care provider if your symptoms do not improve after treatment.
It is important to complete all the recommended treatment to cure a yeast infection. Vaginal infections caused by yeast types other than Candida albicans may be more difficult to heal with a standard antifungal drug. For treatment-resistant infections, the aculture of vaginal discharge is done to identify the type of yeast causing the infection. Boric acid is generally effective in treating Candida albicans C. albicans, and non-C. Albicans yeast infections that do not respond to antifungal medications.footnote
After the advent of antibiotics in particular, we have become accustomed, as patients, to getting "quick fixes", but the truth is that there is no quick cure for Candida. This is especially relevant for those who suffer from chronic problems and no matter how many times you are promised that your problems will be solved in a few days, weeks or even a few months, it's just not Result alisable.
Does my male partner need to be treated? What if I have a female partner? Are different vaginal infections treated differently? Should I refrain from sexual contact while I am being treated? I think I could have a yeast infection, but I'm not sure. Should I go ahead and try one of the over-the-counter medications to see if my symptoms go away? If you have had a yeast infection and now have the same symptoms - vaginal discharge that has a yeasty smell, burns, discomfort and discomfort -
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