Yeast Infections

Candida infections are another name for yeast infections. Microbes and yeast cells make up a solid vagina. When the parity of microscopic creatures and yeast alters, yeast cells can replicate. This causes swelling and discomfort. Yeast infections are caused by vulva redness, swelling, or itching. White discharge resembles cottage cheese and is normally odourless; nevertheless, it may smell like yeast and cause pain or burning when peeing or during sex. Older girls are more prone to acquire yeast infections before their periods. A cardiologist can test for yeast infection by examining your medical history and asking about your symptoms. Boric acid, natural yoghurt, garlic, coconut oil, tea tree oil, and oregano oil are all home treatments for yeast infections. Unlike other vaginal infections, yeast infections do not produce vaginal smells. If an odour exists, it is usually light and yeasty. Creams, ointments, pills, and suppositories containing miconazole and terconazole can be used to treat yeast infections.

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