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[ENG] SEO article: Ways to Deal with Vaginal Yeast Infection

Up to every 3 out of 4 women deal with Vaginal Yeast Infections at least twice in their lifetime. Luckily, it’s treatable and you can be alive and kicking even in one week!

A check-list to go by

Not sure if dealing with Vaginal Yeast Infection? Here, a little check-list to go by:

- irritation,

- inflammation,

- itching,

- painful vaginal discharge, either cottage cheese like or watery like,

- swelling of the vulva and vagina,

- burning during urination or sex.

If you’re dealing with those issues than in all likelihood you're dealing with a Vaginal Yeast Infection. 

Usually it lasts 3 to 7 days if treated, but in more severe cases it might even reach up to 2 or 3 weeks. Please note: If you’ve experienced it for the first time ever or you’re dealing with it nearly 4 times a year, contact the professional. It may indicate something more serious going on. The sooner you get the proper diagnosis the better!

How to deal with Vaginal Yeast Infections?

We know you’re uncomfortable and in a hurry. So here are the ways to deal with this:


These ones are based on anti-fungal medications (most commonly clotrimazole, miconazole, tercomazole). You can use both prescriptive and OTC drugs in various forms:

- ointments,

- creams,

- tablets,

- suppositories.

The treatment takes from 1 to 3 days. In some of more serious cases it might be necessary to get fluconazole treatment: either 1 to 3 doses or a long-term dosage up to 6 weeks.

However, if you experience Vaginal Yeast Infections often, you might like to consider more natural ways to deal with them.

DIY at home

These methods are not clinically tested and there is too little evidence they are working if not accompanied by professional treatment. However, you can treat them as complementary to medical ways and therefore get a bit of relief. 

The methods here include such remedies as:

- taken orally: yogurt (or probiotics) - enriching your diet with them might reconstrue your vaginal flora, shortening the infection;

- applied to the skin (not vagina!): wild oregano essential oil or tea tree oil diffused within a "safe" grease, like coconut oil - good for redness, rash and inflammation;

- apple cider vinegar - thanks to its acidic properties it also helps with irritation. Use half a cup of vinegar in lukewarm bath water and rest yourself ;)

You don't have to fear the Vaginal Yeast Infections. And if they ever bother you again - up here you have the handy tool-kit to deal with them!