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Cream Of Tartar Candida
I have a cream that says "real relief candida yeast symptom relief" for itching, burning, and discharge. Will this really make my symptoms go away?
Not enough info.: Would need to know the specific product to comment further. Please clarify and re-ask. ...Read more
Hello, I have taken the pessary and cream for thrush (candida) and would like to know if I should wait for a few days to have intercourse. King regard?
Symptoms?: You can resume intercourse when your treatment is done and you have no symptoms. If you are still having symptoms, hold off, and get checked first and successfully treated. ...Read more
Blood tested positive for candida antibodies, prescribed 5 daily doses of flucozanole 150mg and ketocozanole cream for penis. Is this appropriate?
The blood test. ..: Should not be a reason for antifungals therapy. Symptoms and signs should be. ...Read more
Can you eat popcorn on a Candida diet? I'm on the diet b/c I've had a yeast infection for 3 mon, can't take fluconazole, & tried creams & boric acid.
Candida diet: Diets that are low in sugar and carbohydrates but high in raw garlic and probiotics can help keep yeast infections at bay. Herbal supplements such as Pau D'Arco (tincture or capsule form) or the Candida-Cleanse by SolaRay may be helpful. Popcorn does breakdown to a simple carbohydrate but overall is relatively low in sugar. ...Read more
Recurrent balanitis, swab shows candida, 1 month anti fungal +steroid cream little effect, excellent penile hygiene. Why does it not go away for good?
You may need to try different antifungal cream. It is very unusaul a month long treratment not helping.
My remedy besides the cream, is apply or wrap loosely
head of penis with gauze, this gauze should be soaked with solution of 1teaspoon baking powder in 1/2 cup warm water for 15min for 2-3 days ...Read more
Candida albicans on my vulva whereas inside was all clear. I took canesten cream and miraclin as my doc told me but didn't work. What do you recommend me?
What is the most effective, preferrably natural, way to abolish candida? I have tried all the creams, fluconazol, nystatin, probiotics & coconut oil.
No single best way: Different strains of candida are sensitive/resistant to diff. Treatments so there is no single best way. It is ideal to do a culture with a lab like genova or doctor's data that will do sensitivity testing to see what works best, but it doesn't always grow on culture. No treatment will work without a very low starch diet for several months. I advise consulting a holistic md with expertise in this. ...Read more
Candida albicans on my vulva. My doc gave me antibiotic to treat but made it worse. I took myksodon 1 hard capsule and canesten cream. Will it go away?
I have a candida infection between my buttocks. Trying prescrip cream. I also have itching all over my body with no rash. Could this also be due to candida or something else?
Me= yeast infection for 3 mos. Tried creams, boric acid, Candida diet, probiotics, garlic, etc. Taking iron pills 4 anemia- could that be feeding it?
Yeast infection: You do not say whether you have used anti-fungals in your treatment, either topically or orally. That is the best way to treat Candida vulvovaginitis. Iron is highly unlikely to have anything to do with this. If you persist despite this you may be being reinfected by your sexual partner and they could be treated as well. If still an issue make sure your immune system is intact. Good luck. ...Read more
It should tell you: Did you read the directions, cause some is for the outside and some for the inside. ...Read more
When using some type of yeast infec night cream, do you take a shower as soon as you wake up or?? Help? .
Yeast infection: Shower whenever you like to.Get a more detailed answer ›
Anatomy and design: Your anatomy may allow retention of the medication and the medication is designed to be somewhat adherent to the vaginal walls. ...Read more
Yeast: Without knowing what creams you are using it is impossible to define differences. Provide more info and rephrase your question. ...Read more
I been taking a cream for the itch I have from my yeast infecting and it's really burning and itching why?
The tissue may have: Already been very raw by the time the medication was applied. ...Read more
I'm using Monistat but I put the plunger in to deep to the barrel so the cream spilled out. Now I only have 6 left will 6 still b enough to cure yeast?
Yes - absolutely: Missing a dose will not make an appreciable difference in the success of the treatment. ...Read more
Yeast infection trea: You should be instructed to use it corrctly by your f/d/or gyn as it always come with an applicator with marker on. And usually should be use at bedtime and advisable to be lying down for 30 to 60 minutes then. Or follow instructions accordingly. ...Read more
Improved symtpoms: The discharge is not apparent & vulvar redness, itching & burning are resolving. Hopefully there is no longer pain with urination. ...Read more
Yes: You may feel relief more quickly with direct application of cream. ...Read more
Vaginal?: Can apply inside of vagina and to labia. ...Read more
You don't need to: Remove it. Cream will work it's way out of vagina. Trying to remove it will reduce it's effectiveness. ...Read more
Depends: Some people get relief right away but others not for three days or so. ...Read more
I have a yeast infection and I'm using OTC creams. Are there foods/drinks that I should avoid/use to help?
Probiotics: Probiotics, obtained either from food or supplements, are good bacteria that act protectively within your body. Filling your system with these through regular use inhibits nasty harmful organisms like yeast from growing to begin with. Additional benefits include stronger immunity, better digestion, and even better skin. ...Read more
How can you treat/cure a possible yeast infection without using pills & creams? Is there an "all natural" way?
Yeast infection: There is no sure "all natural" way in which to treat this, but you do not indicate where the infection is located. If you are diabetic, on steroids or taking antibiotics, eliminating these may help prevent outbreaks, and changing your bowel flora with probiotics or yogurt may help. Treat your vaginal infection that your pharmacist may help you select. ...Read more
I had a yeast infection took medication and cream! My symptoms stopped 4days ago and I'm starting to feel them again? Is this normal?
Resistant yeast: Sometimes yeast infections can recur-- especially if the conditions that allowed it to form in the first place are still there (uncontrolled diabetes, antibiotic use, vaginal factors etc). That said, yeast can also be resistant to anti fungal treatment. This means you may need a higher dose of the original therapy or a different med that would bypass the resistance. Sounds like you may need an MD. ...Read more
Treated yeast infection with off brand cream 4 wks ago, symptoms returned last week is it possible cream wasn't effective. I'm positive its yi?
The only option: The only option you have is to treat again. I would just recommend you use a different product. If this does not solve the problem you must go to the doctor for examination and diagnosis. ...Read more
When insterting yeast infection cream, do I pull both the applicator, and the other stick back out, or does it stay and dislove? My first yeast infection, and directions weren't clear. I need to know before I hurt myself, if I pull both the applicator and
Yes: The applicator and stick just send the cream into the vagina, then you remove the applicator and push stick out. ...Read more
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