Uti, yeast, bacterial.
It is used to treat vaginal yeast infections.
Trichomoniasis is an STD that can cause foul vaginal odor. Yeast infections and Bacterial Vaginosis can cause odor, but these are vaginal infections that are not sexually transmitted.
Antibiotic treatment for bacterial infections can produce yeast infections. Yeast infections due to antibiotic treatment are caused by the destruction of good and bad bacteria, and disrupts the vaginal flora.
There are many fungal infections, but ringworm and vaginal yeast infections are two of the most common.
No, yeast causes yeast infections, Lexapro may predispose you to being susceptible to the infection so follow good hygiene practices.
Bactrim is sometimes used for urinary tract infections, but it is not effective against yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, or trichomonas, which are typical vaginal infections. It is also not effective against typical sexually transmissible infections.
Yeast infections are normally cured with vaginal cream or pills that can be bought over the counter, not with antibiotics. In fact, sometimes yeast infections are caused by taking antibiotics.
The vagina is an environment that maintains it's own balance of microorganisms. When the balance is disrupted such as when the fungus is allowed to multiply unchecked A vaginal yeast infection can result.
Sporasec treats vaginal yeast infections as well as some Sexually Transmitted Infections such as Trichomoniasis.
Acidophilus may be used to reduce susceptibility to vaginal yeast infections
If you mean "vaginal" thrush, this is just a yeast infection. You can buy creams to treat vaginal yeast infections at most drugstores. It does not require a prescription. The term "thrush" is usually only used to refer to a yeast infection in the mouth or throat.
Over one million women in the United States develop vaginal yeast infections each year.
Yes, tampons commonly lead to vaginal infections. Tampons give bacteria and yeast the perfect environment to multiply, while also effecting vaginal pH (altering balance of 'good' to 'bad' bacteria) and preventing vaginal cleaning - many tampons also contain chemicals that may effect vaginal flora. Bacterial infections are more common with tampons, however an imbalance in vaginal bacteria can also put you at higher risk of yeast infections - certain bacteria produce hydrogen peroxide to fight yeast, if not sufficient yeast infecitons may be more common.
No, stress will not cause a yeast infection.A yeast infection is an overgrowth in yeast, given as we are in the women's health section of this web site I will assume we're talking about vaginal or vulva yeast infections. The female genitals naturally contain yeast which are kept under control by an acidic pH inside the vagina and by 'good' bacteria that produce hydrogen peroxide to kill excessive yeast. Stress will not change your vaginal flora so in turn stress will not cause a yeast infection.Stress may cause yeast infections.
Persons with gout, vaginal infections, or Candida albicans should avoid using brewer's yeast.
Ringworm, Athletes Foot, Vaginal yeast infections.
It is an antibiotic cream containing clotrimazole which is used in treatment of vaginal infections such as yeast.
Yeast is naturally occurring in the body, certain conditions will increase yeast growth. For example warm moist conditions encourage yeast growth so things like wearing tight synthetic clothing can lead to yeast infections, changes in vaginal pH such as by using soaps to wash with will increase risk of yeast infections, also high sugar diet can lead to yeast infections too.
Not at all. Vaginal Thrush is a yeast infection. Genital herpes is a viral infection of the genitals.
No. Many females will experience yeast infections (usually vaginal) in their lifetimes. However, not every female does.
This is a vague question but I will answer as best I can. Vaginal yeast infections are commonly associated with itching, burning, odor and a cottage cheese like discharge known as thrush. Intestinal yeast infections are somewhat more difficult to detect, with rectal thrush being a leading indicator. Any yeast infection left untreated can be dangerous. Unchecked, yeast can develop root-like structures known as rhizomes which can penetrate tissue, such as the vaginal or intestinal wall, and allow the candida to enter the bloodstream. Once the yeast becomes systemic, it can attack any organ in the body. There are tests that can be run, and an over-the counter test can be had from most drug stores for vaginal infections. While yeast infections can be difficult to treat, there are prescription, over the counter and holistic treatments that may help.
Yeast infections usually happen in warm, moist parts of the body, such as mouth, and moist areas of skin. When an infection causes in the vagina, it is known as vulvovaginal candidiasis. Vaginal yeast infections are common in growing girls, and about 75% of all females will have same problems in their day to day life.
Hello. Symptoms of yeast infection are as follows: * Vaginal discharge coloured yellow, green or brown. * Vaginal odour or smelly dsicharge. * Vaginal itching. * Burning upon urination. * Painful urination. *Inflammed vaginal area. You may experience all of only 1 of the above symptoms with a yeast infection.
Yes, it is okay. Tampons pose significant risk of vaginal infections such as Bacterial Vaginosis and yeast infections by altering vaginal pH, preventing vaginal cleaning, encouraging high bacterial growth, and may brands contain chemicals that may also increase risks. Thus if you're prone to vaginal infections or if your vaginal flora is a little off-balance it does increase risks, and certainly you shouldn't use tampons during a vaginal infection. Otherwise it's okay.