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I have very bad thrush from a vaginal yeast infection, does anyone know home remedies??? I don't wanna tell my mom so I wanna cure it myself : (ugh

Yeast infection. Thrush is a term that implies that you have involvement of the linings of your mouth. If that is the case you may want to check with a doctor and have your immune status assessed and be tested for STDs, including HIV. If this is just vaginal check with your friendly pharmacist. There are no "home remedies" likely to be of any value. Good luck and hope this clears up soon. Read more...

I took treatment 1 of a vaginally suppository for a yeast infection at 10 this morning. It in now 1am can I take the second dose before sleeping?

Take as directed. Sorry, it's probably not the answer you wanted but it's really true. Most vaginal yeast medications are dosed once nightly. Time of day doesn't matter as much as long as its about 24hrs apart. The only benefit from nightly application is less tendency for medication to drip out due to gravity while upright. But if you found medication that requires dosing twice daily, then 2nd dose 12hr after 1st. Read more...

I have these 2 small painful bumps at the bottom of my vaginal opening. Hurts to pee, have sex, & sit. Someone said it could be from an untreated yeast infection or just an abscess. Any home remidies?

Need evaluation. Since you are having unprotected sex, it could be an STD, like herpes. Or you may have something benign called Bartholin gland cysts. Please see your doctor. Read more...
See your doctor. There are a number of infections that can present as your describing--herpes, vaginitis, a yeast infection, or certainly bacterial infections and abscesses as well. Any of these would need treatment with antimicrobial drugs, and an abscess may need drainage. As much as home remedies are nice at times, it would be potentially dangerous to delay appropriate treatment. Contact a gynecologist soon. Read more...
Possible herpes. The most likely cause of painful bumps in the vaginal areas is herpes. The bump could also be from vaginal irritation from yeast infection or other vaginal infections like STD's. For any of the above, prescription medications is the remedy although there are over-the-counter remedies for yeast infection. Proper diagnosis is key before any treatment. Feel better. Read more...