The yeast fungal infections are usually treated by the vaginal drugs, such as cream, with the help of which vagina is smeared. This procedure is going the following way. A woman takes a special applicator or suppository and places it into vagina where it is dissolving slowly. An ointment is also applied into vulva to relieve itching and burning. There are also oral pills, for the treatment of the vaginal candidacies.
I’ve got the thrush. Is it the reason to consult a doctor?
You should immediately visit a gynecologist when you have just felt the first symptoms of the yeast fungal infection. It is very important to make sure that there is the yeast infection exactly and then to proceed an appropriate treatment. The thrush’s symptoms are similar to symptoms of some other infectious diseases such as sexually transmitted diseases. The improper treatment (for example, if you are taking the medications against vaginal candidacies, and you have a sexually transmitted disease) will only worsen the situation and prolong the recovery. If you are often infected by the vaginal candidacies, consult your doctor what medicine you can buy at a pharmacy without a prescription.
What steps should be taken to prevent the development of the thrush?
Here are some tips for the prevention of the vaginal candidacies:
Do not wear synthetic or small underwear;
Wear cotton panties;
Do not wear stockings or leggings every day;
After having a shower or bath dry restricted range with a dryer (minimum configuration);
After a toilet wipe perineum from front to back to prevent presenting fecal bacteria in vagina
After bathing, try to change into clean, dry clothes as quickly as it is possible.
Do not use the intimate hygiene sprays, scented tampons or sanitary pads, foam baths, as well as colored toilet paper. All of these tools affect the vaginal acidic environment and can lead to the yeast fungal infection.
Has my sexual partner to see a doctor as well?
In rare cases, the yeast fungal infection is transmitted through a sex sexual partner. If your partner has symptoms of the infection, consult a gynecologist.
The thrush’s unpleasant symptoms
The thrush is a very common fungal disease, which seventy-five percent of all women in a particular period of life (according to statistics) are faced up with. Furthermore – men can suffer from the thrush as well. Before seeking medical help or try to cure the thrush infection yourself, you must learn to recognize the symptoms of the disease.
What symptoms exactly are witnessed about the thrush’s appearance?
One of the most common symptoms of the thrush infection are the following (at the majority of women) – the constant and the intense itching or burning sensation in vagina and vulva. In some cases these symptoms of the thrush are involved more unpleasant symptoms, including the appearance of pain during urination and discomfort during menstruation or sexual intercourse.
When there is no a proper treatment, the thrush development is accompanied by wealthy vaginal discharges of white or yellow color of cheesy consistency. In addition, there are red itchy rashes on the skin of vulva in some cases as a result of the thrush.
The additional “tricky” symptoms of the thrush
The thrush – is the “tricky” disease, which can be accompanied by non-obvious symptoms that are difficult not only to recognize but to correlate it with the thrush as well. For example, the thrush can cause regular headaches, tiredness that are rarely seen as the symptoms of the disease. In addition, the fungal diseases may be the underlying cause of cold symptoms or joints’ pain. Among the symptoms of the yeast infections are: depression, irritability, nervousness. These are “hidden” symptoms of the fungal disease that are impossible to suppress by antidepressants (in most cases). The consequences of thrush are gone, when their causes will disappear.
The system thrush: Causes and Consequences
When there is no a proper treatment, even such seemingly innocuous disease, as the thrush, can be extremely harmful to human health. The fungal infection (if it is untreated) develops into the system. In fact, it means that the thrush affects not just one specific area of the body (vagina), but several organs. The symptoms of the systemic fungal disease are caused by a disruption of the organ’s work, targeted with the infection. Although the majority of the fungal infections (and the thrush including) are well to treatment, but if they are untreated, a simple fungal infection can become a reason of serious health problems.