Overview of Yeast Medication Available
are caused by the overgrowth of candida albicans fungus. Natural, allopathic
and homeopathic yeast medication is available for such yeast infections.
Yeast medication is common to both men and women who are infected by
candida or yeast infections. Femstat 3, Gyne-Lotrimin, Monistat 7, and
Vagistat are the commonly available over-the-counter products as yeast
medication. All of these yeast medication have the same anti-fungal
properties and act in the same way to kill the candida organism. These
yeast medication contains Butoconazole nitrate (Femstat 3), clotrimazole
(Gyne-Lotrimin), miconazole (Monistat 7), and tioconazole (Vagistat).
If a person feels pain or irritation during urination, that might be a cause of yeast infection. Under these symptoms they have to go for yeast medication to rectify that problem. If they have recurrent yeast infection, they should avoid taking yeast medication on their own and seek the help of a medical practitioner for effective yeast medication. Persons who take yeast medication should wear only cotton underwear to allow for better air circulation. Such persons should dry off well after shower or swimming. If they are taking yeast medication they should avoid being in the wet clothes for long time, and they should change their clothes as soon as possible.
People who take yeast medication for yeast infections should avoid taking foods that increase the blood sugar level. This is because that yeast feeds on the glucose, the body form of sugar found in the blood. This will help in avoiding the growth of yeast dramatically. There are traditional yeast medication that are used to cure the yeast infections in men and women. Topical creams are used as yeast medication for most of the cases of yeast infections. In some cases oral yeast medication is prescribed by a medical practitioner if the yeast infection does not subside with the use of topical creams.
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