Yeast infection symptoms are milder than they were before. Not much itching or swelling but some discharge. Haven't taken anything for it. Should I?

Consider it. Keeping the vulva clean and wearing loose, absorbent cotton clothing that allows air to circulate can reduce vulvar moisture and fungal growth. Topical or oral drugs are highly effective, vaginal creams are available OTC and typically placed inside the vagina with an applicator to kill off the yeast that cause yeast infections. You may consider treatment if persisted.

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