You're not alone.
But if you get frequent yeast infections (such as once a month or 3 in 6 months), you should go to your doctor to see if they're being caused by another more serious health problem, like diabetes or a weakened immune system. There are some questions below about frequent yeast infections to help you start the conversation.
The fact that you're here means you're among the women who have frequent yeast infections. A yeast infection (candidiasis) is caused by an overgrowth of yeast that normally lives in the vagina. You're already familiar with the symptoms. And if you've tried external vaginal pain relievers you also know that while it relieves the symptoms associated with a yeast infection, it does NOT cure the infection. MONISTAT® vaginal antifungal does.
MONISTAT® Cures Yeast Infections.
MONISTAT® 1 Combination Pack Ovule treatment treatment cures and relieves the symptoms of a yeast infection. It does what external vaginal pain relievers can't. It does what the leading prescription can AND relieves your symptoms 4x faster.*
*Based on clinical study comparing onset of symptom relief of MONISTAT® 1 Combination Pack Ovule treatment with the leading Rx. Starts to relieve faster than Diflucan®. Faster for onset of symptom relief (symptoms include itching, irritation, and burning).
Preventing Vaginal Yeast Infections
Learn what else can cause a yeast infection and some simple things you can do to help reduce the risk.
Recurring Yeast Infection Questions:
Take this list of questions about recurring yeast infections with you when you visit your doctor.
- What could be causing my recurring yeast infections?
- Do I have any health conditions that may increase my risk of contracting a yeast infection?
- Are there any lifestyle changes that I should be making?
- Would you recommend taking a probiotic to support vaginal and urinary health?
- If the infection is a yeast infection, would MONISTAT® 1, 3 or 7-day treatment be more appropriate for me?
- Will my treatment interact with any OTC or prescription medications I'm taking?
- If I get another yeast infection, is it all right to treat myself with an over-the-counter (OTC) product such as MONISTAT®, or do I need to call you first?