Vaginal yeast infection

Vaginal yeast infection

An overgrowth of fungus in the vaginal area.
Mentioned in: Jock Itch
References in periodicals archive ?
One of the drugs which have been taken into consideration to treat vaginal yeast infection, in the recent years, is clotrimazole that is administered as suppository.
If you take an antibiotic for a UTI (or any other infection), your risk of developing a subsequent vaginal yeast infection increases.
1 doctor-recommended over-the-counter vaginal yeast infection treatment, found that when it comes to dealing with yeast infections, the majority of young women are relying on advice that's not only wrong but also potentially harmful.
Most women--as many as 75 percent--will have at least one diagnosis of vaginal yeast infection during their lifetimes.
The most common types of Candida albicans are those which cause either a vaginal yeast infection in women or oral thrush which can infect anyone, including young babies.
Thus the vaginal yeast infection is just a symptom of a much more serious underlying condition, which really needs to be treated and cured if further problems are to be avoided and good health is the goal.
Call me fickle, but the fact that a hospital was telling me this woman didn't have a vaginal yeast infection made her far more attractive than any Wonderbra ever could.
Food and Drug Administration for CZEN 002, one of the company's proprietary peptide molecules, for the treatment of vulvovaginal candidiasis, commonly known as vaginal yeast infection.
If you have a vaginal yeast infection, call your doctor so that he or she can prescribe the medication you need.
Eventually, most women develop a vaginal yeast infection characterized by burning, itching, and a thick discharge.
About 75% of all adult women will experience a vaginal yeast infection at least once and 12.