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why is it a mistake
There are not a lot of oral medications approved for the treatment of a yeast infection. The
problem comes up when we take into consideration that the cellular membrane of the yeast
fungus is about the same as the cellular structure of the fungal membrane. So there is an obvious
concern, and rightly so, that a medication will not cause harm to human cells while trying to kill the
fungus (yeast) cells. So it's easy to understand why there are only approximately ten compounds
that have been cleared for oral treatment of yeast infections.
These serious drugs are not for treating external yeast infections, but are reserved for the much
more severe internal yeast infections.
If you want an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan, you must be examined by your doctor and
let him or her determine exactly which vaginal infection you have. Otherwise, you are most likely
taking a guess even if you have seen the symptoms before. In the case of vaginal infections, the
symptoms could be caused by the Candida albicans fungus, or yeast, or it may be caused by
something else equally unpleasant. What you want to avoid is using the wrong treatment and then
experiencing even worse symptoms. And so you'll have to go visit your clinic or doctor, with worse
symptoms than you had originally. If you want some statistics that will open your eyes, one study
reported that 66% of the women in the study that diagnosed their infection as a yeast infection
were wrong. They didn't have a yeast infection. There are other conditions that produce similar
symptoms, and even secondary conditions, such as vaginosis or vulvitis. Bacterial vaginosis is
extremely serious and is actually treated with antibiotics instead of anti-fungal medications such
as those used to treat a yeast infection. The protozoan Trichomonas vaginalis is responsible for
an infection that exhibits symptoms that can be mistaken for the symptoms of a yeast infection,
but are much more serious. Protozoa are unicellular protists similar to amoeba, but are
considered animals. Treating a sexually transmitted infection that is not caused by Candida
albicans with yeast infection remedies will not cure your infection.
You have to be more careful if you are treating oral thrush or a yeast intolerance because they
can be more complicated to treat correctly than a skin infection. It's necessary for your treatment
to be supervised by a doctor if you have to take any oral medication. The azoles, as we
mentioned before, are ergosterol inhibitors and include the subgroups, imidazoles and triazoles
that are also used for yeast infections. The way the azoles work is that they inhibit the compound
in the fungal cell membrane that produces ergosterol and, henceforth, the cell dies. With the
ergosterol either bound up or inhibited, the fungal cell won't be able to reproduce or even live. The
way the azole drugs work is very distinct. They target the ergosterol in the fungal cell walls, but
they do not disturb the human cells.
As a rule, even if someone resists getting professional treatment for a yeast infection, it can still
be treated with success even if the symptoms have gotten worse. There are different
circumstances that come into play with regards to treating the symptoms of a yeast infection, for
example, the location of the infection. Due to the fact that the symptoms of a yeast infection only
get worse if not treated, many of those who discover they have a yeast infection don't wait long to
start their treatment. A yeast infection in your gastrointestinal tract is not something to take lightly
and you must see your doctor immediately to begin treatment before it gets more out of control.
It's true that many common yeast infections are easy and quick to treat and eliminate, but
because of all the different developments of a yeast infection, you should never treat one lightly.
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