What treatment would you advise Candida
Hello! I’m a married woman. Two years ago I got married. Since I had Candida. Three times I treated. But still can’t get rid of this infection. Please answer what should I do? What treatment suggest?
Hello! The infection a fungal infection can occur after sexual contact with your spouse. Maybe he is a carrier of candidiasis. The representatives of male fungal flora can develop, but not to make any obvious signs. This form is called kandidonoshitelstvo. If symptoms appear bright, then men have the acute form of the disease. Women have thrush almost always makes itself felt. Its typical symptoms – itching, burning, redness, swelling of the genitals.
Therefore recommend that both husband and you went to the doctor, passed the necessary examination. If the spouse will not be revealed fungal infection, so this problem only affects you. Gynecologist should install all of the risk factors that contribute to the development of thrush, and her constant relapse. For example, the causes of the disease can be any inflammatory processes in the body, lack of vitamins, diabetes, goiter etc. All risk factors should be ruled out. Does not exclude the possibility that the disease has already become chronic, since it is bothering you so often. The chronic form is usually treated a lot longer, is more complicated than acute yeast infection.
Most often the treatment of the disease involves the use of antifungal candles for intravaginal administration, tablets for internal intake, of folk remedies, it has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory effects.
Popular, effective drugs in the 21st century are Livarol, Pimafucin, fluconazole, Itraconazole, Clotrimazole, Diflucan, Miramistin.
Besides using different medications for the treatment of thrush is necessary to observe preventive measures: to adhere to the intimate and General hygiene, to exclude from a diet smoked products, fatty foods, reduce consumption of sweets, baked goods, to give preference to products with high protein, plenty of minerals, vitamins. Do not self-medicate, but rather refer to the hospital, begin to take measures that will help you to get rid of this pesky ailment, as thrush.