Low Dose 7 Day Treatment Plan The original prescription formula offers lower dosage levels and treatment over 7 days. CDC recommends only a 7-day topical treatment for pregnant women and diabetics (consult a doctor before use).
A complete line of feminine care products that includes a Vaginal Health Test because not all infections are caused by yeast, Stay Fresh Gel - a unique vaginal gel to help eliminate odor and restore feminine freshness, Instant Itch Relief Cream, and Chafing Relief Powder Gel®.
I was so excited when I found out I was pregnant! I had prepared myself for some of the types of changes that my body would go through in the months ahead. But what I wasn’t prepared for was getting a vaginal yeast infection within the first few months of my pregnancy.
Do you keep getting yeast infections? If you’re like me, it feels like you have a yeast infection a lot of the time. You’re not alone. A yeast infection (candidiasis) is caused by an overgrowth of yeast that normally lives in the vagina.
When my doctor prescribed antibiotics for my sinus infection, I ended up with a vaginal yeast infection. Antibiotics can change the delicate balance in your vagina by wiping out the “good bacteria” in the vagina that keep yeast growth in check.
I’m super active, and while being active can lead to many positive results, it can sometimes lead to a few not-so-good results. Like vaginal yeast infections. Yeast thrives in warm, moist environments in the vaginal area.
Life brought many new changes when my daughter went to college, and her first yeast infection was one of them. When she called me on a Friday worried about symptoms—vaginal itching, discharge that was thick, white and lumpy like cottage cheese, burning—I suspected it was a yeast infection, so that weekend she came home and we confirmed it with our doctor.
OMG, there it was—the vaginal itching…thick, white, lumpy discharge (like cottage cheese!)…soreness…irritation and burning. I was scared and afraid I may have had an STD. But after some initial research and a talk with my gyno, I found out I had the symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection.