Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Three most effective ways to treat yeast vaginal infections.

Yeast vaginal infections affect 75% of Global women population, which affects them at least once in life.  A bacteria candida cause yeast vaginal infections in women, The common symptoms of yeast vaginal infections are,

  • intense itching.
  • Burning along with inner and outer labia.
  • Redness.
  • Curd-like discharge.

Now, let's talk about the treatment options available for yeast vaginal infections. 


  1. Antifungal prescription pills: The most prescribed pills are Fluconazole, with different variants of the same medicine available in the market. Its efficacy is 90%, to cure this particular infection. There are multiple advantages of using pills, its convenience of intake, no leaking like creams or gels and your routine daily activities are not affected by it.
  2. Antifungal creams; This is commonly available with an applicator, to insert a measurable treatable dose of the cream. Common formulations are available in pack of one, two or seven days treatment. Long treatment options are more effective than the single day formulations, with an infection cure rate of 70%.
  3. Boric Acid vaginal suppositories: For those women in which pills and creams are not effective, this is an effective option. Boric acid has both the antifungal and bactericidal properties and it kills both the bacteria and fungus when inserted for the treatment of yeast vaginal infections.

Related talk: 



No comments :

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.