- Q Should I talk to my doctor about my chronic yeast infection?
You should definitely talk to your doctor about your chronic yeast infection. If you are having recurring infections, your doctor can help you find the treatment that can work for you. Likewise, by discussing your medical history, your doctor may be able... Full Answer
- Q Are there alternative treatments for a chronic yeast infection?
An ingredient in yogurt, known as lactobacillus, is said to relieve symptoms when eaten or applied directly inside the vagina. Additionally, other alternative treatments for chronic yeast infections include home made remedies such as, suppositories made... Full Answer
- Q What are natural treatments for yeast infections?
Dr. Pina LoGiudice, Naturopathic MedicineWatch as Naturopathic Doctor and Licensed Acupuncturist Dr. Pina LoGiudice discusses some natural treatments for yeast infections. Full Answer
- Q What should I do if I get repeated yeast infections?
Call your doctor. About 5 percent of women get four or more vaginal yeast infections in 1 year. This is called recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis (RVVC). RVVC is more common in women with diabetes or weak immune systems. Doctors most often treat this... Full Answer
- Q Why did I get a vaginal yeast infection?
Many things can raise your risk of a vaginal yeast infection, such as: Stress Lack of sleep Illness Poor eating habits, including eating extreme amounts of sugary foods Pregnancy Having your period Taking certain medicines, including birth control pills,... Full Answer