The News: The Treatment over the Counter of Yeast Infection


Posted July 24, 2019 by Refrequent

Yeast infections can occur anywhere in the body, regardless of sex. Women at aged 16 to 35 are more likely to develop a vaginal yeast infection, but it can also occur in girls aged about 10 or women older than 35.

 
Yeast infections can occur anywhere in the body, regardless of sex. Women at aged 16 to 35 are more likely to develop a vaginal yeast infection, but it can also occur in girls aged about 10 or women older than 35. Vaginal yeast infections are not necessarily caused by sexual activity.

The main symptom of vaginal yeast infection is itching in the lower body. Other symptoms include a white, odorless vaginal mucus, often accompanied by painful burning of the outer labia, especially during urination. Not every woman can experience all of these symptoms, but in general, if you don’t have itching, you’re less likely to have yeast infections. Some women develop secretions during their menstruation, which usually does not indicate yeast infection, especially if they do not have itching or pain.

Although itching is a major symptom of yeast infections, it can be difficult to figure out what’s causing your discomfort if you’ve never had one before. This requires a doctor’s diagnosis. Later, if you have similar symptoms, you can figure out what the problem is, or at least distinguish yeast infections from other conditions.

The over-the-counter medicines used to treat yeast infections contain one of four active ingredients:
(1) Buconazole (Buconazole Nitrate 3);
(2)Clotrimazole (Gyne-Lotrimin, etc.);
(3)Miconazole (dichlorobenziconazole 7) ;
(4) Vagistat.

All of these drugs belong to the same antibacterial family and work in the same way :breaking down candida’s cell membranes until the cells eventually break down. The Food and Drug Administration approved the conversion of buconazole 3 nitrate and Vagistat from prescription to over-the-counter in December 1996 and February 1997, respectively. Other drugs have long been over-the-counter.

Although the drugs were effective, the rate of relapse was high. With about half of patients relapsing within four weeks of treatment. And they have all sorts of side effects. The common but less severe side effects are headaches, vaginal burning, infections, itching, and inflammation. Unusual side effects are rash, sore throat, abdominal pain, rhinitis, painful urination, frequent nocturnal urination, swelling of the vulva, vaginal dryness, inflammation, pain, and pain during sex.

So it is recommended to take natural remedies for treatment. Herbal medicine believes that gynecological diseases are mostly related to the dysfunction of liver, spleen, and kidney. As for the treatment of gynecological diseases, generally focused on clearing heat and detoxification, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, soothing the liver and relieving depression, and invigorating the spleen and dampness. And Fuyan pill is especially a herbal medicine of developing for gynecological disease etiology and pathogenesis, it absorbed the essence of classic quintessence.

At the same time, it combined with modern herbal medicine theory of natural medicine and Dr. Lee’s more than 30 years of practice experience. It has heat-clearing and detoxifying, promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis, fortify the spleen and disinhibit dampness, promoting Qi circulation to relieve pain effect, which benefits for fungal infectious diseases.
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Issued By Refrequent
Country Algeria
Categories Fitness , Health , Medical
Tags Yeast Infections
Last Updated July 24, 2019