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If you have a Candida yeast infection, then you will find quite a few available methods for
treatment on the market. And when you add medications that must be prescribed to the OTC list,
you can see you have many options. Candidiasis, or the yeast infection, can be successfully
cured with various capsules, tablets, lotions, creams or lozenges. The treatment you, or your
doctor, chooses will be determined by the extent and location of your Candidiasis, the state of
your health and, if you are a women, whether or not you are pregnant. The wisest route to follow if
you suspect a yeast infection is seek treatment from your doctor. We do not recommend that you
try to diagnose and treat the condition alone. It's true, however, that some people do this and get
satisfactory results. One factor to seriously think about before you treat yourself is if this yeast
infection is one in a series of recent yeast infections. If this is the case, then you really must get a
professional evaluation as to why your yeast infections keep cropping up.
One thing we all have a general idea about regarding infections is much depends on the exact
cause and whether the organism has become resistant to common medicines. A lot of women, as
a matter of course when they discover they are exhibiting the symptoms of a yeast infection,
successfully treat themselves with off-the-shelf creams and suppositories from their pharmacy.
Fluconazole is an antifungal compound. One of its brand names is Diflucan. It is very efficacious
and sometimes just one tablet is all that is needed to clear up a yeast infection. However, that fact
is only applicable some of the time - in most instances of a vaginal yeast infection. Fluconazole,
under its various brand names, almost always requires a prescription from your doctor.
It's not uncommon for a lot of women to analyze their symptoms, decide it's a yeast infection, and
head for the pharmacy for some OTC medication. There's always the possibility that this time
there are other problems developing that you aren't aware of so, even if you are pretty savvy
when it comes to vaginal yeast infections, be protective of your health and see your medical
treatment professional.
Women have been analyzing and successfully "doctoring" their own vaginal yeast infections for
years using whatever they could find at the pharmacy and it doesn't look like this trend is going to
change any time soon. The problem lies in the fact that other vaginal conditions, such as bacterial
vaginosis, have similar symptoms to a vaginal yeast infection. This is why we caution you to get
your vaginal infection diagnosed by a doctor who knows what he or she is doing. Your doctor can
quickly determine what is causing your vaginal infection by scraping off a quick sample of the
tissue involved.
When should you positively visit your doctor if you think you have vaginitis? You must see your
doctor if you are pregnant because he or she will probably use a different treatment. Secondly, if
this is the first time you have had a suspected yeast infection, you must visit your doctor. The
number one reason for yeast infections in women is taking antibiotics frequently and for long
periods of time. However, if you have not taken an antibiotic and have had multiple yeast
infections, then you need to talk to your doctor. In the event you suspect that your yeast infection
is a result of sexual intercourse, you should definitely visit your health care provider.

It's usually possible to treat a yeast infection with success in most cases. One type of yeast
infection that is not so easy to treat is a chronic, or systemic, yeast infection that infiltrates your
whole body.
If you have this type of yeast infection throughout your body, you must seek treatment
immediately as the mortality rate is extremely high, especially if you delay in getting treatment.
Now, bear in mind that invasive, or chronic Candidiasis is not the same yeast overgrowth
condition which takes place in your gastrointestinal tract. The two different internal yeast
infections are not the same - one is chronic and invasive and the other is the result of a yeast
overgrowth in your intestinal system. Either way, what needs to be avoided is introducing the
yeast into the blood stream.
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