How to Treat Vaginal Yeast Infection

How to Treat Vaginal Yeast Infection.

Some women are more prone to vaginal yeast infection than others. 

When the vaginal flora gets disrupted (by the use of antibiotics, intensive washing, vaginal dryness, etc.) or due to other factors (such as hormonal fluctuations), Candida albicans, a microorganism that is commonly found on our skin and mucous membranes, can overgrow and cause discomforts such as itching, irritation, pain, thrush, and discharge referred to as a vaginal yeast infection.

Symptoms of Vaginal Yeast Infection.

The main symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection are:
  • White thick discharge similar to cottage cheese.
  • Itching and irritation in the vaginal area.
  • Redness and burning during urination.

It is important to make a distinction between vaginal thrush and bacterial vaginosis. Even though these two problems can have similar symptoms, the appropriate treatment is rather different.


How to Treat Vaginal Yeast Infection.

In the majority of the cases, thrush is not considered an infection as such. But it can be regarded as an imbalance of the vaginal flora, so usually, the treatment is to repair and restore vaginal pH balance for healthy vaginal flora. 
Candida can be easily treated with antimycotics, although their effect does not stop the vaginal yeast infection from recurring! In order to prevent vaginal yeast infection from recurring use natural products, rather than antibiotic approaches, that are considered a  longer-term solution. Our natural products will optimize the vaginal flora, help it fight off the vaginal yeast infection, and can be used as a prevention method for keeping vaginal yeast infections at bay.

How to Prevent Vaginal Yeast Infection.

Vaginal thrush is often a recurring infection: some women get it more often than others. This might be down to their hormonal levels. Hormones are also responsible for thrush occurring more often in a certain period of the monthly cycle, as well as during pregnancy and breastfeeding. 
To prevent repeated discomfort, women who are especially prone to vaginal yeast infections should consider having a care routine that stimulates the beneficial vaginal flora and prevents outgrowth of yeast at regular intervals or in the days preceding their vulnerable period.