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productive yeast infection treatment
Simple yeast infections are fairly simple to treat and a lot of people choose to buy over-thecounter medications to take care of their problem themselves. This can be a fairly reliable method
and after about 7 days the yeast infection should be gone. For common yeast infections, this
usually works if you are normally healthy; however, people with certain medical conditions may
develop more serious yeast infections and, therefore, need to make a trip to their health clinic or
doctor. Some examples include those with weak immune systems, pregnant women and the
presence of significant diseases such as diabetes. You need to consult with your medical doctor
also if you have been getting yeast infections regularly over the past several months.
Regardless, numerous women continue to treat their yeast infections based on their own
evaluation of the situation. If you self-diagnose and make a mistake, you will only realize this by
paying close attention to how your body responds to the treatment. You may recognize easily the
common symptoms of a yeast infection, but if they are accompanied by other, more ominous
symptoms, don't hesitate to visit your local clinic or hospital. In addition to what you consider your
normal yeast infection symptoms, you may experience nausea, or a fever, or bloating. These are
all symptoms that really have nothing to do with a vaginal yeast infection, but could indicate
something much more sinister.
There is a group of antifungals called polyene antibiotics that help kill the fungal cells. Nystatin
and Amphotericin B both are common medications that fall into this class. Amphotericin B is
available to treat oral thrush, but is also used to treat the critically ill or people who are
immunocompromised and have chronic yeast infections. These types of infections pose a serious
threat to life and are obviously a grave condition. Nystatin is also very strong and is used both
topically and orally. It cannot be used intravenously due to toxicity problems. Azoles inhibit the 14alpha demethylase, which produces ergosterol, thus resulting in the death of the fungal cell.
Polyene anti-micotics are also ergosterol inhibitors and have a similar effect on the fungal cells.
In case you, or someone in your family, has had a previous yeast infection, besides treating it
correctly, there are some important guidelines you should pay attention to so it doesn't come
back. Something that is very important to do when you have a child who has oral thrush is to
constantly wash and sterilize anything that comes into contact with the child's mouth. It is also
recommended, as well, that mothers who are breastfeeding be checked for a yeast infection
around the breast. The best thing to do, as always, is simply visit your doctor and get their expert
opinion on what you should do. Almost all yeast infection treatments are safe, effective, and easy
to use. It's important to be concerned if you have a yeast infection when you are pregnant, as we
talked about previously. But there are other yeast infection situations that should concern you also
- such as a suspected yeast infection in a baby or child. If you get an accurate diagnosis from
your doctor for the symptoms you are experiencing now, you will stand a better chance of making
a correct diagnosis the next time you have the same set of symptoms.
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