Various products used in Thrush Treatments
drugs are widely used in most of the thrush treatments. The various
thrush treatments commonly used are pessaries which are inserted into
the vagina, creams that are applied on the vulva and/or into the vagina,
and capsules that are to be swallowed. Some of the creams widely used
for thrush treatments are available as over-the-counter products. There
are plenty of medications both stimulant and natural that can be used
in thrush treatments. As stimulant medications used in thrush treatments
cause some side effects, more and more people prefer natural thrush
treatments which do not cause any harmful side effects and also provide
a soothing effect.
Pessaries and creams used as part of thrush treatments work directly at the site of infection, the areas being inside of the vagina and the outer lips of the vagina. Pessaries used in thrush treatments are bullet-shaped tablets that are either hard or waxy in nature. Pessaries need to be pushed high into your vagina with your finger or an applicator. The two types of creams commonly used in thrush treatments are vaginal and vulval. Vaginal creams used in thrush treatments work internally and are inserted into the vagina using an applicator similar to pessaries. Vulval creams used in thrush treatments help soothe and treat itching outside the vagina.
used in thrush treatments can melt and leak out into your pants. As
a result, the pessaries should be at night just before you go to bed.
The length of thrust treatments involving the use of pessaries varies
across different brands. The pessaries used in thrush treatments may
last one day, three days, six days or 14 days depending upon the type
of brand that you use. The use of pessaries need not stopped if you
get your period. The full course of thrush treatments need to be completed
even if the symptoms seem to have cleared. The active ingredients of
pessaries and creams used in thrush treatments include clotrimazole,
econazole, fenticonazole, miconazole, or nystatin. Some of the potential
side effects caused by the stimulant medications used in thrush treatments
are skin irritation and burning.
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