Yeast Infection Pill and How to treat Yeast Infection Properly If it comes to vaginal yeast infection treatment, you can actually treat most vaginal yeast infections yourself by using an over-the-counter vaginal pill, cream, or suppository. You can buy most of them at a local drugstores, supermarkets, or even online. Many yeast infection treatment doses come in 1-day, 3-day, and 7-day strengths.
Many of the over-the-counter vaginal creams and other products you can buy have the same ingredients to fight a yeast infection as the medication your doctor might prescribe, but in less-concentrated doses. In this video, I'm going to tell you about yeast infection pill and how to treat yeast infection properly. But before we start, make sure to subscribe our channel so you won't miss any interesting update in the future guys! Let's start with vaginal creams first Vaginal creams go inside the vagina to kill off the yeast that cause yeast infections. Also sometimes called as antifungal creams. These products usually come with an applicator that measure the right dose. Common examples are Clotrimazole, Butoconazole, Miconazole nitrate, and Tioconazole. Before you apply one of these products, make sure to read all package directions carefully first. Some vaginal creams can be messy and leak out of the vagina during the day, so you’ll only want to use them at bedtime.
Some of these products may come with a cream that you put on the opening of the vagina and surrounding tissue (called the "vulva") and not into the vagina. This type of cream may ease itching and treat the skin tissues while the vaginal antifungal cream treats the yeast infection. When you use a vaginal cream that’s oil-based, you may need to use birth control that’s not a condom or diaphragm, or skip sex. The oil in the cream could damage the latex in a condom or diaphragm. 2 - Tablets and Suppositories Some of the same medications (such as clotrimazole and miconazole) that are in vaginal creams are available as vaginal tablets or suppositories to treat yeast infections. You insert these into the vagina and let them dissolve.
Some brands call them "ovules" because they're oval-shaped. These products often come packaged with a plastic "inserter" that helps you insert the medication into the vagina. One benefit of a suppository is that it's less messy than a vaginal cream and less likely to ooze out during the day. Another benefit of tablets or suppositories is that you use the doses for fewer days, so you get symptom relief sooner. Safety Tips About Yeast Infection Treatment Before you use any of these products, you need to know for sure that you have a yeast infection, not a different condition. See your doctor if you're not sure, because using the wrong medicine can make an infection harder to diagnose.
Always follow the package directions exactly. Pay special attention to how often to use the product and how much to use. You need to get those two things right, because the dose targets the growth cycle of the yeast. Also make sure to complete the whole treatment even if you feel better. Antifungal medications can affect some drugs. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking an antifungal if you are taking other medications.
No matter which yeast infection treatment you try, see your doctor if your symptoms don't clear up after you finish treatment. Well, that's a little tips about yeast infection pill and how to treat yeast infection on your own. Don't forget to check link on the description for more information about yeast infection treatment. Really cool information isn't it? Leave us a comment down below and let us know what you thought of this video. Don't forget to give us account subs and watch other amazing videos on our channel. Thanks for watching!.
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