Yes. At least let him/her know your concerns.
I think I have a yeast infection, I have thick white discharge with no odor& some pain after sex. Can I get an OTC treatment or do I need to see a doc?
Try OTC. Have a chat with your friendly pharmacist and use one of the OTC products recommended. If that does not work you can then visit with your doctor. Good luck.
OTC. There are over-the-counter yeast creams that are safe and mostlt effective - if you are 100% certain it's a yeast infection. If you've had them before and you're sure, you can try Monistat or an otc cream. If you've never had one and are 'guessing, ' got to the doctor anyway!
I may have a yeast infection. Its very tender and sore and I have raw spots from scratching, how can I help with the pain till I see a doctor?
Monistat. Try over the counter Monistat until you can see your doctor.
I'm on vacation and I think I may have a yeast infection. Are there any over-the-counter treatments I can buy to get rid of it since I can't see a doc?
Yeast Medicine. Yes, of course. Most treatments for yeast infections are over the counter and do not require a prescription. These are found at the grocery or drug stores around the country.
See your family doc. Your family doctor should be able to take care of this. If you have a gynecologist they would also be able to help you. This is a fairly common complaint.
Recurring yeast infection due to oral, used flucanozole last time but can't see a doc. What can I use and how do I stop this from happening?
Treat intestines! Recurrent vaginal yeast is usually caused by yeast overgrowth in our intestines, known as intestinal candidiasis, a common side effect of antibiotics & hormones including birth control pills. This is treated with a low starch diet, probiotics & antifungal drugs or herbs such as Pau D'Arco, oregano oil and a product called Yeast Ease. See http://tinyurl. Com/234ag4b & http://tinyurl. Com/qb5bslw.
I've got a bad yeast infection, and my doc gave me a fluconazole pill. How long will it be before I see improvement?
About 7-10 days. The yeast is quickly killed. The damage to tissue takes 7-10 days to heal.
What to do if I have a bad yeast infection, and my doc gave me a fluconazole pill. How long will it be before I see improvement?
Fluconazole. A yeast infection usually resolves in one to two weeks with appropriate treatment. It may take longer for those who are immunocompromised.
Usually takes. About 4 days to see improvement. If no improvement see your doctor.