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How to Clear a Vaginal Yeast Infection Causing you Discomfort and Embarrassment

How to Clear a Vaginal Yeast Infection Causing you Discomfort and Embarrassment

Vagina maintains its natural balance of pH, bacteria, and yeast. When this balance is disrupted due to lack of good bacteria or other reasons, a yeast (a type of fungus) called Candida albicans may grow to the point of causing infection. The fungi are usually found in the warm and moist areas of the body, such as the vagina. A healthy vagina keeps a healthy balance of the good bacteria known as Lactobacillus, and yeast. If the yeast multiples in the vagina due to some imbalance then it may result in infection, causing vaginal inflammation, itching, irritation, and discharge. Vaginal yeast infection is also known as vaginitis.

Following are the common symptoms associated with a vaginal yeast infection:
Thick, white-grey discharge
 Irritated vagina and vaginal area
 Swelling of the vulva
 Intense itching in the genital area
 Pain during intercourse
 Burning during urination
Taking antibiotics for any reason can disrupt the healthy balance of microorganisms in the vagina and predispose a woman to the overgrowth of yeast. Douches or feminine health sprays can also contribute to vaginal infection. 
Consuming probiotics and keeping the vaginal area dry may help in improving the symptoms. Women with a weakened immune system, those having diabetes or those on steroids are more likely to develop a vaginal infection.

A vaginal yeast infection may be:
• Mild
• Moderate
• Severe

A vaginal yeast infection, even if it's mild and likely to go of its own, should be appropriately treated else it can return. Vaginal yeast infection is not considered as a sexually transmitted disease or STD as it can occur in a woman who is not sexually active because the yeast can be present in the vagina of a healthy woman. Nevertheless, there have been some incidents in which men developed symptoms such as penile rash following intercourse with a vaginal yeast infected partner.

Nutra Blast Boriotic Boric Acid Suppositories

Our yeast infection treatment consisting of Boric Acid formula not only soothes the affected area but also targets the overgrowth of Candida fungus. Usually, your vaginal yeast infection should get cleared within a week of the use of NutraBlast Boriotic Boric Acid Suppositories as they help maintain healthy vaginal flora and work well when you have a vaginal yeast infection. The suppositories help restore the normal pH of your vagina with their anti-fungal properties.

Even if your symptoms resolve, it’s a good idea to complete the course to ensure the natural balance of the bacteria and yeast in the vagina and prevent a recurrence of the infection. Speak to a doctor for further yeast infection treatment if you have a recurring infection as it may be a sign of severe diseases such as diabetes, leukemia or AIDS.