Oral Antifungal Medication: Cure for Yeast Infections

Posted: 04/12/2010 |Comments: 0 | Views: 461 |

If you happen to have yeast infection or has experienced having yeast infection, you know only too well how uncomfortable it is to have the symptoms such as itching, reddishness, and that plain uneasy feeling. Actually, there are several ways to stop the rashes, burning sensation, itching, and the endless discomforts even if already have very severe Candida infection.

Before the start of any treatment, it is important to have your vaginal microorganisms cultured to be able to confirm that it is indeed yeast infection. There are cases where the patient resisted the culturing and ended up with higher bills due to longer time of treatment. If it is finally confirmed that you have yeast infection, you're halfway through with the battle.

One way is to take oral medications, particularly antifungal medications, in order to stop the infection. Antifungal medications can be a successful remedy for yeast infections. It stops the symptoms by a high percentage at a time. In order to increase the chances of treatment, direct vaginal medicines can be used for the first 48 hours of treatment. One of the popular choices when it comes to vaginal medications is boric acid. Boric acid is helpful in stopping yeast infection.

There are cases when the yeast infection is already recurring. In this case, you may consult to your doctor if it is okay to have antifungal medications as maintenance. It is also wise to ask if there are side effects and how long the medications can be taken before you experience these side effects. It is also important to have a list of the medicines that you're taking and hand them to your doctor. It is possible that any of these medicines can interact with the oral antifungal medication and hinder the treatment or cause any unwanted reactions. If you happen to be pregnant, make sure to consult a doctor first before taking antifungal medications. Generally, they are not recommended for women. A doctor would know the best alternative if any.

The success of stopping yeast infections for good by taking oral medications is very high. The very important thing is to be consistent in taking the medications and make sure that you don't miss taking them.

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