Is it possible to get rid of thrush forever?
Hello! please help, there is often a yeast infection, some times addressed to the doctor — I was treated with a prescription( received by Lomakina and genferon®) then it is quite a long time did not arise, for the year appeared again — I was treated myself, just Flucostat took povtoryal it a couple of times. The sexual partner also took Flucostat. in CL. once again went to the doctor — a month ago( wrote pimafucin tablets and candles — treated) and literally 3 weeks now again the symptoms started. tell me how to cure yeast infection once and for all?
Good morning, Nina! Unfortunately, thrush is a disease that once in my life worried every the fair sex. Just want to note the fact that if your doctor has not established the specific cause of the emergence and development of thrush, it will be too difficult to cure, as recurrences can occur on a regular basis. As you can see, you were treated Flucostat, then again faced with this disease, do not eliminate the impact of negative risk factors that trigger the reproduction of yeast fungi of the genus Candida. In the case of Pimafucin you have the same picture. We suggest very serious about finding a gynecologist. Ask friends, acquaintances, relatives, maybe they know a really good specialist who was able to cure many women.
How to get rid of thrush?
To yeast infection treatment as effective as possible is necessary to adhere to preventive measures. These include hygiene, avoidance of stress, overheating, hypothermia, timely treatment of any disease, inflammatory processes. Special attention should be paid to nutrition. The diet should include foods that contain a lot of vitamins, minerals.
For example, with a yeast infection need to consume dairy products (yogurt, cottage cheese, yogurt), sour fruits (green apples, lemons, kiwis, cranberries), fruits, vegetables (onion, garlic, cabbage, parsley, lettuce, cucumbers). To heal once and for all, you need to follow all these preventive measures, to determine the cause of the yeast infection, eliminate further exposure. So consult a good specialist, do not self-medicate!