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1 vaginal yeast infection treatment on Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:57 am

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Yeast infections can be very uncomfortable, but are usually not serious. Symptoms include the following:

Itching and burning in the vagina and around the vulva
A white vaginal discharge that may look like cottage cheese
Pain during sexual intercourse
so read this for vaginal yeast infection treatment
Avoid sugar, caffeine and alcohol which can affect the pH balance of the vagina making you prone to infections.

2 Re: vaginal yeast infection treatment on Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:49 am


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Yes i agreed with you that should avoid product what you have mentioned here. But if anyone feels more problem then consult with doctor first. Hope this is good suggestion for you all...

3 Re: vaginal yeast infection treatment on Wed May 30, 2012 5:08 am


Anything about vagina I took it very seriously. This kind of sickness affects your social, motional, and sexual life.

4 Re: vaginal yeast infection treatment on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:35 am


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Vaginal Yeast Infection Treatment - Just wanted to write and say that I'm VERY satisfied with my purchase.

5 Re: vaginal yeast infection treatment on Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:15 am


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Diet changes will help. Avoid/limit sugar and yeast products to get started. A potent probiotic (good bacteria) with 50+ billion bacteria will also help balance the flora. If pH is an issue, try Boric Acid vaginal suppositories. Many times, these will need to be compounded by our local compounding pharmacy.

6 vaginal yeast infection treatment on Wed Mar 11, 2015 12:58 am


Research shows that boric acid suppository capsules appear to be very effective against yeast infections, particularly those caused by non-albicans species. An early study found that boric acid suppositories, when taken nightly for 7 to 10 days, have up to a 92 percent cure rate.
More recently, a 2007 article in the journal Diabetes Care found that boric acid vaginal suppositories were more effective against C. glabrata infections in diabetic women (diabetes is a risk factor for yeast infections) than an oral azole medication. And a 2011 review in the Journal of Women's Health found that it's a safe alternative to azole medications for the treatment of recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis (four or more infections in a single year) caused by non-albicans Candida.
However, boric acid can occasionally cause vaginal burning, is toxic when swallowed, and shouldn't be used frequently or when pregnant.

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