This is a common problem among women who regularly get yeast infections. Almost 3 in 4 women will experience at least one episode of vaginal infections in their lifetime, but many will experience recurrent yeast infections. While the 1-day treatment will work effectively after using it for the first time, it can disappoint many women when used for the second time. Often the infection appears to be worse than the day before, causing great discomfort and pain.
Many women are so desperate for a cure at this stage due to the constant itching and pain that they will consider purchasing the 3-day treatment just to get the same result.
What about the 7 day treatment? Should I try it?
Your doctor will most likely advise you to continue with the 7-day treatment if the 1-day treatment for yeast infection did not work to get rid of the infection. The 7-day treatment involves wearing it at night for a whole week and is often a complicated process due to leaks the next morning. However, many women have also reported that the 7-day treatment can be excruciatingly painful and cause sharp pain in the vagina. And that’s because most women are allergic to the ingredients in the treatment. If you experience excruciating pain with the 1-day, 3-day, or 7-day treatment, stop and talk to your doctor.
Are you absolutely sure that it is a yeast infection?
Often times, buying the wrong treatments can only make the infection worse. So how do you recognize a vaginal yeast infection? The usual symptoms are:
A thick, white, cottage cheese-like discharge that has a slight yeast odor, severe itching and burning, pain in the vulva and vagina, pain during intercourse, and a burning sensation when urinating.
If you do not experience these symptoms, I recommend that you have it confirmed by your doctor.
Is there any other treatment that I can use to end this horrible infection once and for all?
If you’ve tried prescription drugs and creams like Monistat and Diflucan and the 1-day treatment for yeast infection didn’t work, there are many women who can attest that they have gotten rid of the infection with natural remedies. They are often more powerful than prescription drugs and have no side effects; Some of the most effective remedies include raw honey, lactobacillus acidophilus, white vinegar, tea tree oil, and garlic.
You also need to know how the infection materialized so that you can fight it naturally. Yeast naturally resides in the vagina, but there are certain things that cause yeast to overgrow. These can be: regular use of antibiotics, changes in vaginal PH during menstruation or pregnancy, poor diet (sugary refined foods, excess caffeine, excess alcohol, etc.), weak immune system and even stress can cause yeast overgrowth. If antibiotics are causing yeast infection, then you can understand why treatments like the 1-day treatment don’t work each and every time. You may be feeding yeast.
The best way to prevent recurrence of vaginal infections is to maintain a healthy immune system with proper nutrition (cut down on sugary refined foods, avoid fatty foods, limit alcohol), take a lactobacillus supplement (plain yogurt is a great source of this), exercise regularly, limit the use of antibiotics, and take garlic capsules (a natural yeast killer) every day.
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