Treatment for Candida Albicans in Women
albicans is a type of organism that causes infections in adults in the
form of yeast or fungal infections. These infections are caused in both
the males and females. In females the infections are found in the vagina,
urinal tract and sometimes the mouth. Hence the treatment for candida
albicans becomes necessary. Treatment for candida albicans can be allopathic
in nature or natural treatment. There are many over-the-counter ointments
and creams available for the treatment for candida albicans.
Women who are nursing babies may also need treatment for candida albicans, if they are infected by candida. This infection is found in the nipples and also the aerola of the mothers who nurse the babies. Sometimes the babies also need treatment for candida albicans, if the fungus is transmitted from the mothers nipple or aerola to the babies mouth. Treatment for candida albicans is necessary for the baby, since the baby may reject the feed, if its mouth is infected by candida. The most common treatment for candida albicans in case of feeding mothers is miconazole or clotrimazole for the mother and Nystatin, a yellow, sweet, sticky medicine for the baby.
for candida albicans can be given using garlic. Garlic is the most commonly
used medicine for treatment for candida albicans by many women at home.
If they are affected by candida in their vagina, they can insert garlic
inside the vagina as one of the treatment for candida albicans. Many
ointments and creams are also available for the treatment for candida
albicans. Some for the ointments, creams, and vaginal inserts that are
used in treatment for candida albicans are clotrimazole, nystatin, miconazole,
terconazole, and butoconazole. Out of the medicines given above for
the treatment for candida albicans, the medicines like clotrimazole,
miconazole, and terconazole are used as vaginal inserts.
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