Vaginal InfectionsWhat is it you fear about having a vaginal infection? Is it pain that some can cause, or the fact your vagina is infected by a disease. I can relate to what you’re feeling because I too have experienced symptoms both mild and severe of Thrush, Cystitis, Vaginal rash and Vaginal pimples. What I found most disturbing was the repeat episodes of different infections.

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I’m the sort of person who would go the toilet in the middle of the night with the duvet to cover my bits, so, the thought of having a male doctor interfere with my bits was out of the question. Nevertheless, it got to a point where I knew I needed a doctor to help cure my yeast infection so the pain, smelly discharge, itching, vaginal odour, and irritation would be gone.

I was always strict on vaginal hygiene and couldn’t believe I would suffer from one of these vaginal infections, but there you go, no matter how clean you are no one is exempt from getting a yeast infection.

Not wanting to alarm you girls but if you’re here out of interest then take an interest because nearly every woman at some stage in her life will suffer from of the common vaginal infections, especially a yeast one. This is just another one of life’s miseries thrown at us women, so we have to deal with it. Well, I dealt with mine and now cured.

What are yeast infections and symptoms

Yeast is a fungus that usually resides in the vagina in little numbers. A vaginal yeast infection means that too many yeast cells are developing in the vagina. They are not normally serious and treatable.

Most yeast infections are caused by a sort of yeast called Candida albicans.

Even the healthiest of vaginas have many bacteria and a few yeast cells. Bacteria called, Lactobacillus acidophilus, helps control other organisms like the yeast- keeping it in order.

If change happens to the balance of these organisms, yeast can grow too much and cause symptoms. Antibiotics have been known to causes this imbalance. The high oestrogen levels caused by pregnancy or hormone therapy can also cause it. Even other health matters such like diabetes or HIV infection.

Usual symptoms of a yeast infection are itching or soreness in the vagina and sometimes pain or burning when you wee or have sex. Some women may experience a thick clumpy white discharge that has no odour (unlike bacterial vaginosis) and looks a little like cottage cheese.

See your doctor before you start the guessing game of what infection you might have. If you have suffered a yeast infection before then you’ll likely recognise the symptoms. You can if not pregnant treat yourself at home with medicines bought without prescriptions. Common ways this is done includes using anti-fungal creams, suppositories inserted inside the vagina, or antifungal tablets are taken orally. If ever in doubt have it checked out.

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