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How to Treat a Yeast Infection at home

How to Treat a Yeast Infection

 

Vaginal yeast infections are very common among women, and develop when there are too many yeast cells growing in the vagina. Though the symptoms can vary from annoying to unbearable, most yeast infections are actually not dangerous and can easily be treated. Read this article to learn how to get the relief you need.

Diagnosing an Infection

 

Diagnosing an Infection

 

Be sure that you actually have a yeast infection. Remember that there are other potential reasons you may be experiencing the pain and discomfort associated with yeast infections, like bacterial vaginosis or trichomoniasis. Look for the following symptoms to help you determine your condition before you seek treatment.

 

Itching, soreness and overall discomfort of the vagina.

Pain or burning during urination or sex.

Thick (like cottage cheese), odorless, white discharge in the vagina. Not all women experience this symptom.

 

 

Consider the various potential causes. If you are having trouble determining whether or not you have a yeast infection, then consider the following potential causes:

 

Antibiotics. Many women develop a yeast infection after taking antibiotics for several days. Antibiotics kill some of the good bacteria in your body, including the bacteria that kills yeast. If you have been taking antibiotics recently and are experiencing vaginal burning and itching, you might have a yeast infection.

Your menstrual cycle. A woman is most likely to develop a yeast infection around the time of her period.

Birth control. Birth control pills and one-time “morning after” pills cause a change in hormone levels, which can cause a yeast infection.

Various health problems, like HIV or diabetes can also be a culprit.

General illness, poor eating or sleeping habits, and stress can do you in, too.

 

 

Make an appointment with your gynecologist.

Some women frequently get yeast infections and can easily detect them. But if you have never gotten a yeast infection before or are unsure, then you should schedule an appointment with your doctor or a nurse at your gynecologist’s office.

 

Your doctor or nurse will perform a brief vaginal examination, and then use a cotton swab to take a fluid sample in order to conduct a yeast count. The results of the test are available immediately.

 

Conventional Treatments

Take an oral treatment (prescription required). Your doctor might prescribe you a single-dose tablet of the antifungal medication fluconazole (Diflucan), which is taken by mouth. Relief can be expected within the first 12-24 hours.

 

This is the fastest and most effective cure for a yeast infection. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, see your doctor immediately to determine if this is the right treatment option for you.

 

 

Use a topical treatment.

Topical treatments are available both over-the-counter and with a prescription. These include antifungal creams, ointments, and suppositories that are applied to the genital area. Be sure to carefully read and follow all of the instructions that come with your medication. These usually take 1-3 days to cure a yeast infection.

 

Over-the-counter creams and ointments can be found at most pharmacies and supermarkets.

The following are common medications: clotrimazole (Mycelex), butoconazole (Gynezol or Femstat), miconazole nitrate (Monistat), and tioconazole (Vagistat-1).

If you use an over-the-counter treatment and don’t experience relief for more than 48 hours, then make an appointment with your doctor.

 

Only take matters into your own hands if you’re fully confident. If this isn’t your first time at the yeast infection rodeo, do consider getting various creams, suppositories, and the like to treat the yeast infection yourself (if you’re not pregnant). However, if you’re even the slightest bit of unsure, see your doctor.

 

If you do go the antifungal or suppository route, be careful with condoms. The oil in some of the medications can weaken the latex.

If it’s complicated, know that it could take longer. While mild yeast infections will go away in under a few days, more complicated ones could take longer. Your doctor may prescribe a medication for you to take that lasts up to two weeks. And if it keeps on happening, that needs to be addressed too.

To keep your yeast levels in check, your doctor may prescribe a medication that you take once or twice a week for up to six months. But remember: it’s just a yeast infection. Things could be so much worse!

 

Home Remedies

Buy an at-home pH test. Just like for pregnancies, there are tests you can take to determine what’s going on down there. Normal vaginal pH is around 4, which is slightly acidic. Anything apart from that indicates something’s going on!

 

If it’s above that, it’s best to see your doctor. This is not indicative of a yeast infection.

If it’s below that, it probably is a yeast infection. Probably. It’s still best to see your doctor, but if it seems on par with other yeast infections you’ve had, treat it with the at-home guidelines on this page.

 

 

Use plain yogurt. Yogurt contains live cultures of bacteria (lactobacillus acidophilus) that help restore the level of healthy bacteria in the vagina. You can either eat yogurt or use yogurt as a topical treatment (about a spoon or two full) on the effected area.

 

Don’t use sweetened or flavored yogurts; the sugar will help yeast grow faster. That is not a good thing; you want the yeast to go away, not spread!

 

Drink unsweetened cranberry juice. Cranberries can treat and prevent both yeast infections and urinary tract infections. Be sure you buy 100% cranberry juice, as the sugar in cranberry juice cocktail will only make matters worse.

 

Use garlic. Garlic has strong antifungal properties, meaning it literally kills yeast upon contact. Cut up some garlic and add it to your meals, eat garlic plain, or cut a clove of garlic in half and place it in the vagina overnight.

 

There’s such a thing as garlic tablets and those can be inserted in the vagina or swallowed, too.

 

 

Prevention Yeast Infection

 

Stay dry. Yeast likes to grow in warm, moist environments, so be sure to wear cotton underwear and loose bottoms if you have a yeast infection. Otherwise you’re just asking for trouble!

In case it wasn’t clear, get out of that wet swimsuit! That’s a breeding ground for bacteria when…those places…get damp for long periods of time. No thank you!

 

Practice good hygiene on a daily basis. Though some women are more predisposed to yeast infections than others, there are things you can do on a daily basis to prevent the onset and spread of yeast infections.

 

Wear cotton underwear that keeps your genital area dry and prevents moisture build-up.

Change your underwear regularly.

Always wipe from front to back when using the toilet in order to prevent the spread of yeast or other bacteria from your anus.

Stay away from tight-fitting jeans or pantyhose, as these increase the temperature and moisture levels in your genital area.

Change tampons and pads often (every 4-6 hours).

 

Cut down on your sugar intake. The sugar in chocolate, candy, and even fruit juice can cause blood sugar spikes, which promote the growth of yeast. If you experience regular yeast infections, you should consider cutting back on the amount of sugar you eat on a regular basis.

 

Caffeine can worsen the effects of sugar by increasing the speed of blood sugar spikes.

 

Take preventative measures when taking antibiotics. Antibiotics kill some of the good bacteria in your body, and are one of the leading causes of yeast infections. If you have been prescribed antibiotics, be sure to eat plenty of probiotics like plain yogurt, which will restore the good bacteria in your stomach, intestines, and vaginal area.

 

Generally speaking, antibiotics don’t render birth control pills ineffective. It’s really only one — rifampin — that gets weakened by it, and odds are you won’t be on that. But if you want to be extra careful, wear a condom while you’re on antibiotics. Sometimes when medications interact, funny things happen.

 

Don’t pass it on to others. Yeast, unfortunately, can be passed on to others, either via sexual contact or contact in general, like shared baths with children. To avoid exacerbating the problem, keep good hygiene and wash all linens and fabrics well. A cup of white vinegar to your laundry can be added for good measure.

 

Since men can get it, too, be sure to wash up prior and after lovemaking (and use condoms). In the scheme of things, yeast infections aren’t a big deal — but it’s definitely better not to have one!

 

 

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Increasing sexual inclination to an opposite sex

Female Sexual Oil is in a special way developed lubricant, which application delivers to women not comparable pleasure during sex.

Female Sexual Oil

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How to take this preparation

Squeeze out on fingers some drops of a preparation and cautiously grease with it clitoris. Depending on personal sensations regulate quantity of putting lubricant or repeat procedure.    

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