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when you diagnosis your yeast
There are only a few drugs that have been approved for the treatment of oral yeast infections.
Because the fungus cell structure is similar to the cell structure in humans, it's important to find
medications that won't harm the human cell walls while, at the same time, causing the fungal cells
to die. So these approving agencies are very concerned that the drugs they approve for oral use
are safe for human consumption and will only attack the fungal cell membranes. The strict
criterion that must be applied to these drugs has resulted in approximately ten being approved for
oral use.
Of course this is for treating an internal yeast infection whereas very many people have external
yeast infections.
Women with vaginal yeast infections should follow certain precautions during their treatment
regimens. Any sexual activity is one of the first things that you must stop during your treatment. In
the first place, it will usually be painful. The delicate tissues of your vagina, which are already
weakened from the infection, can become damaged. You want to avoid causing any further
damage to the affected tissue since this could pose a risk of spreading the infection. If you are
self-medicating, don't use tampons for any reason. Use sanitary napkins instead. The problem
with tampons is that they are very absorptive and could actually absorb the medication you are
using to treat your vaginal yeast infection and hinder your treatment.
There are still a lot of women who treat themselves when they feel the beginnings of what they
suspect is a vaginal yeast infection. 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.
The use of nonprescription medicines for this condition is quite common, and many women are
successful treating their infection. There are, however, other vaginal irritations that have
symptoms that can be misdiagnosed as vaginal yeast infections and includes trichomoniasis and
vulvitis. It should be obvious by now that you should play it safe and get your condition evaluated
by your doctor. Your doctor will be able to definitively identify the cause of your infection by taking
a sampling (by gentle scraping) of the irritated tissue.
If you have an internal yeast overgrowth or oral thrush, you may find the treatment is more
complex than a topical yeast infection. It's necessary for your treatment to be supervised by a
doctor if you have to take any oral medication. We briefly mentioned the azole group of
antifungals above. They are antifungals under the ergosterol inhibitor classification. What the
azoles do is they bind with the drug ergosterol, which is part of the cell wall. As a result, the cell
leaks and dies. With the ergosterol either bound up or inhibited, the fungal cell won't be able to
reproduce or even live. Although some azoles can have severe side effects, they work well on
fungal cells and do not affect human cells. If you see your doctor and get the correct treatment for
your infection, you will be assured that the treatment will bring successful results and be safe. As
mentioned above, the biggest concern is if you are pregnant. However, another concern is if you

have a child who develops a case of Oral Thrush. One good reason to visit your health care
provider and get an accurate diagnosis this time is that you are more likely to make a correct
diagnosis the next time the same symptoms surface.
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