Because yeast infections are somewhat common among women, and not complicated to treat, many women will choose a treatment that they can buy OTC at the pharmacy. Most of the time the condition will respond very favorably with this approach and be eradicated in roughly seven days. This, of course, is only true with a simple yeast infection in an otherwise healthy person; however, more complicated yeast infections can occur in someone who has certain medical conditions that will necessitate a visit to a doctor to ensure the safest and correct treatment. 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.

The treatment of a yeast infection during pregnancy has to be approached carefully and must involve a doctor's intervention. It is imperative that you don't self-diagnose and self-treat yourself with OTC drugs or natural, alternative remedies. There are too many variables that could cause your diagnosis to be wrong - only your medical practitioner is competent to diagnosis your symptoms and select the correct course of treatment. He or she probably won't recommend any oral medications while you are pregnant.

The most common procedure for treating vaginal Candidiasis is the use of the basic antifungal creams and suppositories. A simple yeast infection can usually be treated and cleared up in seven days. It bears repeating, because it's so important - don't try to diagnose and treat a yeast infection on your own during your pregnancy, but see your doctor immediately.

There are still a lot of women who treat themselves when they feel the beginnings of what they suspect is a vaginal yeast infection. Your situation, however, may be different this time due to the variables inherent in a vaginal infection; so, learn as much as you can and seriously think about calling your doctor for an appointment.

The use of nonprescription medicines for this condition is quite common, and many women are successful treating their infection. A woman could be experiencing one of three different vaginal infections that have similar symptoms and it's almost impossible to tell them apart simply by their symptoms. You can easily see why it is imperative to get examined by your doctor so you can proceed with the correct treatment for your vaginal infection. It's easy for your doctor to discover the cause of your particular vaginal infection by taking a small tissue sample and examining it.

The percentage of American women who have repeating yeast infections is an overwhelming 33%. The average number of yeast infections in women who get repeats is approximately four each year. There is an underlying reason why some women get yeast infections over and over and the only person competent to solve that mystery is a doctor.

You can't bury your head in the sand and just keep treating the symptoms of your recurring yeast infections because you need to find the reason they keep coming back. There are other situations that can be the reason you keep getting repeated yeast infections and you won't know that those reasons are unless you check it out.

In most cases, the yeast infection can be treated successfully. Another type of yeast infection, known as a system yeast infection, is one that is truly dangerous and spreads throughout your body via your bloodstream.

The mortality rate is very high for chronic/systemic Candidiasis and this is even more critical if the condition is not treated promptly. Sometimes we can get a yeast overgrowth in our intestinal area due to many reasons - stress, diet, birth control pills, and antibiotics - but don't confuse this with the chronic form. That is not the same as a full-blown systemic infection. Either way, what needs to be avoided is introducing the yeast into the blood stream.

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