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Will a yeast infection go away on its own? I'm 30 weeks pregnant and high risk for preterm labor.

I am concerned. You are 30 weeks and high risk, you need to be comfortable sending any and all questions to your doctor or midwife. This is a good question here but a risk this is not yeast. Any uncertainty is unacceptable in your situation. If anyone at the other end of the phone acts annoyed with your questions that is their problem, not yours. Call all questions in to your provider from here on out! good luck. Read more...

Can a yeast infection go away by itself and how long would that take. Can u please suggest any home remedies I can use to speed it up?

Yeast Infection. First, almost all medications to treat a yeast infection are readily available without a prescription. So, home remedies would include anti-fungal medication. Second the healing time will vary from person to person and cannot easily be predicted here. Read more...

Could a yeast infection go away by itself?

Possibly. If the conditions that led to & maintained the yeast have now resolved. However, would encourage that the infection be treated rather that putting this to chance. Read more...

Will a yeast infection go away without taking any medication?

Possibly - tips. Natural approaches to yeast infections: 1. Wear underwear that is cotton vice synthetic 2. Avoid wearing underpants when you go to bed at night. 3. Don’t wear tight fitting panties & pantyhose. 4. Use natural tampon/ feminine pads (avoid those which are scented). 5. Avoid douches as well as use of harsh, drying soap on genitalia. 6. Rinse genitalia very well after soaping up. Read more...

Hi docs, would a yeast infection go away by itself?

Potentially. If this issues that caused & maintained the yeast infection have resolved - there is a possibility that the infection might heal. Read more...

Will a yeast infection go away without treatment? If so how long? And how do you stop just the symptoms?

Yeast symptoms/cure. Vaginal yeast infections are diagnosed by the MD based upon the symptoms of itching and a thick white discharge and confirmed by microscopic exam of a vaginal sample. Relieving the external vulvar "symptoms" with a topical agent does not produce a "cure" of the infection without an vaginal or oral Rx to do so. See a GYN MD for evaluation if you suspect that this is the case. Read more...