It may be a yeast infection. Grab a monistat 3. If that does not work grab a monistat 7. :)
Yes, although you should not leave the ice on for long periods of time. Yeast infection generally do not cause significant swelling, so if this occurs you should speak with your doctor as it may not be a yeast infection. If you feel any signs of vaginal infection, it is always smart to consult a doctor or a nurse. Bacterial infections are often mistaken for yeast infections but can only be treated with antibiotics, which you cannot obtain OTC. If you cannot see a doctor and are sure that you have a yeast infection, you may purchase OTC yeast treatments. However, if your symptoms last more than 7 days you should consult a doctor immediately.
You most likely have a yeast infection. The salt bath would only make it more irritable. See a doctor or look for over the counter meds at the pharmacy..
Yes, a vaginal infection can stop your period. This is because the PH balance can get messed up and stop the entire menstrual cycle.
No it will not.
No, vaginal infection will not stop ovulation. Infections have no direct variation with ovulation or fertility. However, one should avoid infection while pregnant.
It is not likely that a period can clear a yeast infection. A yeast infection, however, can clear up on its own without treatment. Recurrence is not uncommon.
Try a little monistat cream from over the counter. It may lead to a yeast infection.
There is no home remedy for yeast infection, there's only things you can avoid that can cause it; wearing tight thongs, using perfumed soap and having dry sex and things you can do to make your vagina healthy like drinking plain yogurt which helps cleanse the internal vaginal area.
No. Itching is usually caused by a yeast infection. If you also have a thick white discharge you have a yeast infection. The baking soda will do nothing. Go to the drug store and get Monstate 7. Follow the directions on the box and use it for 7 days. No sex because you can give it to your partner.
It could be anything, get tested for infections and stop wearing a thong. Going commando is healthiest (not with tight pants though). If you wear panties always wear cotton. Boy shorts are very fashionable right now.
Stop using irritating products such as soaps,baby wipes etc.
I think the most important thing is to get rid of the cause of the itch which will in turn stop the itch. If you have determined the cause of your itch is a yeast infection. you can always go get monistat cream and and put in the area of the itch. I actually prefer the natural methods. plain yogurt works great. it will sooth the itch plus it will get rid of the infection and restore natural balance. Also suggest taking a golden seal supplement for about 2 weeks to get rid of the yeast in your system.
stop sitting on your moms flour
It sounds like a yeast infection. Try an over the counter remedy. Also, there's an "at home" test on the market that lets you know if it's a yeast infection or an STD.
Get treated. Get yourself checked out by a physician. Fish-like smelling vaginal discharge is not normal. It could either be an infection or an STD.
No, you can't. There are drugs that are made specifically for yeast infections, which you can find in your drugstore.And penicillin belongs to antibiotics, it could kill bacteria in a short time. It couldn't eliminate symptoms of yeast infection completely. So it easy to recur once you stop taking it.For curing yeast infection, the healthy and effective way is "fuyan pill". It has been proven effective on eliminating symptoms of yeast infection with low recurrence rate by thousands of clinic cases.
Itching in the vagina and/or vulva is typically a result of a yeast infection. If sexually active see your doctor to confirm that this is all that is wrong, you can then get a prescription or an over-the-counter treatment for the yeast infection which will ease the irritation.
stop giving cunnilingus to prostitutes
Sounds like you might have a yeast infection or an STD. Try Monistat Over the counter for the yeast infection (available at your local pharmacy) But it could definitely be a sign of an STD - go to the gynecologist to check it out.
CAUSES: Unprotected Sex. PREVENTION: Stop having unprotected Sex... especially with dirty hobos.
This can be caused by irritation, vaginosis; which is a bacterial infection or vaginitis; also called a yeast infection.Another cause can be trichomoniasis although many women get no symptoms from trichomoniasis it can cause a yellow, green, or gray vaginal discharge (often foamy) with a strong odor.Bacterial Vaginosis can cause a strong odor and discharge, The discharge is usually thin, grayish white and is described as a "fishy" odor.Vaginitis or yeast can cause a thin to thick white, wet discharge that is itchy or dry clumps internally, that causes the irritation, there is usually no foul odor with yeast.All of these can also cause discomfort during sex and when urinating, irritation and itching in the genital area.Trichomoniasis can usually be cured with the prescription drug, Flagyl or tinidazole.Bacterial vaginosis treatment can be oral Flagyl, Metrogel, a vaginal gel or Cleocin, a vaginal cream.Miconazole nitrate cream 2% (AKA Monastat OTC) cures yeast infection but does not stop the source which leads to reinfection.Vinegar and water douche can reduce the irritation from yeast, when used along with live lactobacillus - acidophilus tablets, twice a day - should solve the problem. This reduces the over-growth of candida in the gut, to prevent reinfection. Use only when infection is present, garlic tabs can be used daily to prevent re-growth.
Contact your doctor if you notice white patches in your mouth, a change in vaginal discharge or other new symptoms. This includes reoccuring incidents. See your family doctor, as they will have a history of you, and will able to give you a more accurate diagnosis.
I wouldn't recommend a tampon because of the risk of infection. However, using a menstrual cup should be fine!
Absolutely, but you must follow the instructions on the medication, and eat NO FOODS CONTAINING YEAST - read the ingredients lists! NO BAKED GOODS, NO YOGURT, and if you are on antibiotics, you will just have to wait until you can stop taking them before you can really get rid of the yeast infection.