It can happen to anyone - 75% of women will have thrush at least once in their lifetime.
Vaginal yeast infection is treated with medication available over the counter from a pharmacy or on prescription from your doctor.1
Treatment can be quite straightforward. To treat the infection, you can use an internal treatment that contains the active ingredient Clotrimazole.2 It can treat your infection, but different people prefer different treatment options. External thrush creams will help to soothe your symptoms such as itching.
Recommendation: Don’t forget to treat your thrush at the source, with vaginal tablet together with applying external cream to get rid of itchiness. Speak to your doctor or or pharmacist for further information or if symptoms persist. Read the package insert prior to use.
Facts about thrush
- Over-the-counter antifungal treatment, in: Sobel, J.D. Vulvovaginal Candidosis, Lancet 2007, 369: 1961-71
- Management of recurrent vulvovaginal candidosis, in: Sobel, J.D. Vulvovaginal Candidosis, Lancet 2007, 369: 1961-71
- Per-Anders Mardh, Acacio G Rodrigues et al.: Facts and myths on recurrent vulvovaginal candidosis, in: International Journal of STD & AIDS 2002; 13: 522± 539
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Read the leaflet prior to use and consult your doctor or pharmacist if symptoms persist.