MYCELEX-7 Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018182/002.

Names and composition

"MYCELEX-7" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLOTRIMAZOLE.

Answered questions

Thrush Help?
Ok, I think I might have vaginal thrush but im 15...its just came outta nowhere. I dont know how to tell my mom because its kinda embarressing! And I dont wanna go to the doctors myself...so how do I tell her and will she understand? Asked by Avril Metzel 3 months ago.

Tell her! She will understand and get you some Mycelex 7, which is an antifungal cream for your vagina and all will be better. Moms are people too and we have been there and done that! No problem. Happened to me when I was young. Answered by Denise Behney 3 months ago.

Just take her to the side and tell her in private.. its nothing to be embarrassed about.. i am sure your mother has got it to at one stage in her life or another. Its more common then you think. She will most likely just get some over the counter stuff for you. Answered by Elisha Appell 3 months ago.


Really Embarrasing Question...?
I'm having this weird discharge. It doesn't smell though. Sometimes it's itchy. It's usually white or gray but occasionally it's yellow...Help! I'm going to the gyno soon but I'd like a heads up on what it could be.. Asked by Kourtney Rajala 3 months ago.

Dear Asker! May be you have got Trichomoniasis or Vaginal Yeast Infection! Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a protozoan (a microscopic parasite), usually in the vagina and urethral tissues. Although this is most often treated in women, men can also be infected. Trichomoniasis Causes Trichomoniasis is caused by Trichomonas vaginalis, a flagellated motile protozoan. More than 200 million people worldwide are infected with this parasite each year. The average size of a trichomonad is 15 mm (they are not visible with the naked eye). Reproduction of the parasites occurs every 8-12 hours. Trichomonas vaginalis was isolated in 14-60% of male partners of infected women and in 67-100% of female partners of infected men. It is unclear why women are infected more often than men. One possibility is that prostatic fluid contains zinc and other substances that may be harmful to trichomonads. Trichomoniasis Symptoms Women Vaginal discharge Vaginal itching Smelly, itchy, and typically frothy or foamy discharge Yellow or gray-green discharge Pain with urination possible Men Urethral discharge Pain with urination Pain and swelling in the scrotum (from epididymitis When to Seek Medical Care Vaginal itching and discharge should prompt a visit to the doctor. Trichomoniasis can easily be diagnosed and treated by your doctor. If your doctor is unavailable or you do not have a doctor, you should seek treatment at an urgent care clinic, medical clinic, obstetric-gynecology clinic, or a hospital’s Emergency Department. Exams and Tests The diagnosis is made by directly observing the trichomonads through a microscope (they are too small to be seen by the naked eye). Trichomonads are pear-shaped and have several flagella (whiplike tails) at one end. This lab test is usually ordered only if the doctor suspects trichomoniasis as a possible diagnosis. In some cases, the doctor may have to send the sample to the laboratory, and the result may not come back right away. The doctor will collect a specimen during a pelvic examination. The doctor inserts a speculum into your vagina and then uses a cotton-tipped applicator to collect a sample. The sample is then placed onto a microscope slide and sent to the laboratory to be analyzed. Trichomonads are seen rarely during urinalysis. A diagnosis of trichomoniasis usually prompts a search for other sexually transmitted diseases, such as syphilis, HIV, gonorrhea, or chlamydia. Medical Treatment The treatment of choice is metronidazole (Flagyl), except in the first trimester of pregnancy, when clotrimazole is used topically. It is important not to drink alcohol while taking this drug (the combination can lead to abdominal pain and vomiting). Metronidazole (Flagyl) A large single dose is as effective as longer term treatment, but increases side effects such as nausea and vomiting. Pills taken twice a day for 7 days is an alternative. Clotrimazole (Gyne-Lotrimin, Mycelex-7) if pregnant and having symptoms Medicine is inserted into the vagina at night for 14 days. This will decrease symptoms, but the cure rate is only 20%. Partners It is important that your sexual partner is treated, otherwise you will become reinfected. Your partner will be given one large dose of metronidazole or may be treated for 7 days. Your doctor may not routinely write an additional prescription for your partner without evaluating him or her first. Another disease that you may have got according to yours symptoms is Vaginal Yeast Infection: A vaginal yeast infection, also known as vaginal candidiasis, genital candidiasis, or vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC), is an infection involving a type of fungus, or yeast. The fungus most commonly associated with vaginal yeast infection is called Candida albicans. These fungi can be found all over the body and are normally present in warm and moist areas of the body. Up to 20% of all women carry yeast in the vagina. When C albicans in the vagina multiplies to the point of infection, this infection can cause vaginal inflammation, irritation, odor, discharge, and itching. Both oral and topical (applied locally) medications are considered to be equally effective in uncomplicated infections (in women who have normal immune systems, who are not pregnant, and who do not have recurrent or severe infections). Fluconazole (Diflucan) is the most commonly used oral medication for yeast infection. It may produce side effects such as nausea, headache, and abdominal pain. It is usually given in one dose of 150 mg. Help that may help you! Good luck! Answered by Kayleigh Mazell 3 months ago.

Vaginitis - gray is usually a condition called Trichomoniasis. Answered by Rosamaria Hellard 3 months ago.

If it looks cottage cheesy it may be a yeast infection. Answered by Caprice Nadoff 3 months ago.

Yeast infection, it's not harmful though...EVEN I HAVE IT BUT NOT ITCHY. if its itchy u r doing the correct thing of comsulting a doctor!!!! & is NOT HARMFUL. Answered by Sherlyn Hylinski 3 months ago.

go 2 WebMd.com and put in your symptoms..that should give you all the heads up info to kinda prep you for what may be causing this. Answered by Tawana Huante 3 months ago.

yeast infection Answered by Michelle Dolhun 3 months ago.

yeast infection Answered by Annabell Demich 3 months ago.

You have vaginal infection. Consult a gynecologist. Answered by Shemika Kassulke 3 months ago.


What kind of meds can you take will pregnant?
Im like 24 weeks pregnant and i have a headach and would like to take something for it but i dont know what i can take. Thank Asked by Luciana Ozimek 3 months ago.

NOTE: If you have a question about the safety of any medication during pregnancy, visit the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists Web site. There you'll find fact sheets on various drugs and exposures that can affect your baby as well as a list of "teratogen information services" that you can contact. ProblemSafe to take Heartburn, gas and bloating, upset stomachAntacids for heartburn (Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums) Simethicone for gas pains (Gas-X, Maalox Anti-Gas, Mylanta Gas, Mylicon) Cough or coldGuaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin) Dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant (Benylin Adult, Robitussin Maximum Strength Cough, Scot-Tussin DM, Vicks 44 Cough Relief) Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Benylin Expectorant, Robitussin DM, Vicks 44E) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Avoid cold remedies that contain alcohol. Also avoid the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, and fever Acetaminophen (Anacin Aspirin-Free, Tylenol) Allergy relief Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Loratadine, an antihistamine (Alavert, Claritin, Tavist ND, Triaminic Allerchews) Diphenhydramine, an antihistamine (Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Genahist) Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea Psyllium (Konsyl-D, Metamucil, Modane Bulk, Perdiem) Polycarbophil (Equalactin, Fiber-Lax, FiberNorm, Konsyl-Fiber, Mitrolan) Methylcellulose (Citrucel, Unifiber) Other laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, Maltsupex, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Anusol, Preparation H, Tucks) Loperamide, anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium, Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal, Pepto Diarrhea Control) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's footClotrimazole (Cruex, Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Lotrimin AF, Mycelex 7) Miconazole (Desenex, Femizol-M, Micatin, Monistat 3) Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Butoconazole (Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Tolnaftate (Absorbine Athlete's Foot Cream, Absorbine Footcare, Genaspor, Tinactin) Undecylenic Acid and derivatives (Cruex, Desenex, Fungi Cure, Tinacide) Certain Cruex, Desenex, and Fungi Cure products may contain other antifungal agents not listed here that should not be used during pregnancy. Check the labels carefully. InsomniaDiphenhydramine (Benadryl, Maximum Strength Unisom SleepGels, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations Cortaid, Lanacort, Polysporin NOTE: We've listed a few brand names as examples for each type of medication, but there are many more on the market. Be sure to check the label of every medication you consider taking to see what it contains. Answered by Willetta Scsarpisnato 3 months ago.

Tylenol is about the only thing you can take while pregnant. I get headaches a lot and I can only take Tylenol. It sucks, but if it means keeping my baby safe, then so be it. Answered by Elyse Fox 3 months ago.

Doc says only 1 extra strenght Tylenol only at a time. Answered by Lai Brading 3 months ago.

Yes, Tylenol is the only thing you can take. I would ask the doctor for a list of approved medications.. they should have given you one your first visit. Answered by Natalia Devotie 3 months ago.

Tylenol... 2 of them. Answered by Calista Blihovde 3 months ago.

Stick w the Tylenol brand products and you will be safe. Answered by Felisha Yorks 3 months ago.


I just found out im pregnant....?
i have been taking benadryl everynight before bed for my allergies. is it safe to take while being pregnant Asked by Foster Potteiger 3 months ago.

These meds are routinely considered safe during pregnancy :) Antacids for heartburn (Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums) Simethicone for gas pains (Gas-X, Maalox Anti-Gas, Mylanta Gas, Mylicon) Cough or cold Guaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin) Dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant (Benylin Adult, Robitussin Maximum Strength Cough, Scot-Tussin DM, Vicks 44 Cough Relief) Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Benylin Expectorant, Robitussin DM, Vicks 44E) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Avoid cold remedies that contain alcohol. Also avoid the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, and fever Acetaminophen (Anacin Aspirin-Free, Tylenol) Allergy relief Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Loratadine, an antihistamine (Alavert, Claritin, Tavist ND, Triaminic Allerchews) Diphenhydramine, an antihistamine (Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Genahist) Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea Psyllium (Konsyl-D, Metamucil, Modane Bulk, Perdiem) Polycarbophil (Equalactin, Fiber-Lax, FiberNorm, Konsyl-Fiber, Mitrolan) Methylcellulose (Citrucel, Unifiber) Other laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, Maltsupex, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Anusol, Preparation H, Tucks) Loperamide, anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium, Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal, Pepto Diarrhea Control) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's foot Clotrimazole (Cruex, Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Lotrimin AF, Mycelex 7) Miconazole (Desenex, Femizol-M, Micatin, Monistat 3) Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Butoconazole (Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Tolnaftate (Absorbine Athlete's Foot Cream, Absorbine Footcare, Genaspor, Tinactin) Undecylenic Acid and derivatives (Cruex, Desenex, Fungi Cure, Tinacide) Certain Cruex, Desenex, and Fungi Cure products may contain other antifungal agents not listed here that should not be used during pregnancy. Check the labels carefully. Insomnia Diphenhydramine (Benadryl, Maximum Strength Unisom SleepGels, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations Hydrocortisone (Cortaid, Lanacort), Polysporin NOTE: We've listed a few brand names as examples for each type of medication, but there are many more on the market. Be sure to check the label of every medication you consider taking to see what it contains. Answered by Yukiko Profancik 3 months ago.

It is, but you should ask your doctor before doing so. My OB/GYN told me to take it so I would sleep at night, because I was having issues and could not get to sleep. It's usually ok. But always check with the doc first. Answered by Penny Matkovic 3 months ago.

There are no known effects on your baby of taking benadryl while pregnant. Answered by Lilla Bohorquez 3 months ago.

I don't know the answer to your question but thought I would send my CONGRATULATIONS!!! anyway. Good Luck xx Answered by Janee Bergdoll 3 months ago.

Just to be safe, I would lay off until you talk to your doctor. Answered by Shirley Gu 3 months ago.

that's somthing you should talk to ur doctor abt ASAP Answered by Stevie Taplin 3 months ago.

yes and congratulations. Answered by Emelia Medich 3 months ago.


I think I have a yeast infection, what do I do?
I have the white, clumpy cottage-cheese like discharge.. It doesn't smell though. But I have been itchy down there..I am not sexually active.I am only 14, I don't have a gynea and I really DON'T want to ask my mum to take me to one..!!!"Mummy.. I have a yeast infection.." - It... Asked by Tora Hochfelder 3 months ago.

I have the white, clumpy cottage-cheese like discharge.. It doesn't smell though. But I have been itchy down there.. I am not sexually active. I am only 14, I don't have a gynea and I really DON'T want to ask my mum to take me to one..!!! "Mummy.. I have a yeast infection.." - It wouldn't be a fun conversation..! Help! How can i get rid of it? Answered by Reuben Armstong 3 months ago.

yeast infection are common. there are many over the counter vaginal medications for it. Ask your local pharmacist to recommend one. Mycelex 7, gynazole 1, etc I highly suggest for your first yeast infection to see your primary MD.. you dint need to see a gynecologist. and mom may be more sympathetic than you think good luck good luck Answered by Maryanna Mumby 3 months ago.

In a water tight bowl put: 1 part vinegar, 4 parts water, and some cotton balls. Insert dripping cotton ball into your vagina just as you would a tampon, only not so far, it will soothe the surrounding skin. Pat dry. Every time you urinate change it out for another. It can't get lost, it may go high enough that you can't reach it at first, but it'll drop back down. Then change it, that way you will change it enough. A week or two should do the trick. It messes with the PH level in your vagina so the yeast can’t survive. If your yeast infection is too far gone for this to work, they have over the counter cures. Ask the pharmacist for the cheapest brand. He hears questions like this all day long. Don't use one of those products that clear symptoms, but not the cause. peace physicians assistant Answered by Ping Mordecai 3 months ago.

I would at least call the doctor. What you're describing sounds like a yeast infection, but you need to talk to a doctor or nurse to find out for sure. Don't be afraid to tell your mother. Many girls and women have yeast infections when they're not sexually active. Babies can get them. It's nothing to be ashamed of. If this is the first time you're experiencing these symptoms, you need to talk to a doctor so they can rule out other problems. If it's not a yeast infection, they'll have to use other treatments that you can't buy over the counter, so you need to talk to them first. I know it's not easy, but you'll be thankful that you did, especially if it turns out to be something different. You don't want to use over the counter remedies unless you know for sure that you have a yeast infection. Using those treatments for other infections can cause them to be less effective over time. It's important that you check with a doctor. Answered by Barry Harbison 3 months ago.

Go to the drug store or grocery store and buy some over the counter meds. They will be clearly labled near the femine products (usually in the same isle). You don't deed a doctor perscription. Make sure you are washing yourself a couple of times a day until it is gone. You can get yeast infections more frequently if you are not clean enough or if you wash too much. Once a day on a normal basis should be fine. Answered by Shaun Vossen 3 months ago.

The simplest solution is to eat yogurt. Have you taken any antibiotics recently? Sometimes this is a side affect in girls; but it also is normal for this to happen from time to time too. Don't worry about it, just eat some yogurt, it should go away on its own. If it doesn't get better in a few days after doing that, then tell your mother so she can take you to the doctor or get you something over the counter. P.S. Make sure the yogurt has active enzymes in it such as acidophilus. Answered by Genna Haggerty 3 months ago.

You prob. have one. You can pick up some treatment for it in the pharmacy section of any store. Look for Monistat or just generic. It's usually better to get the one-time application instead of like 3 and 7 day treatments. Answered by Marilou Dileo 3 months ago.

Often there are OTC products like Monistat that have a one application option. Check with a local pharmacy they usually have things available to help with yeast. Answered by Derick Broden 3 months ago.


I was just diagnosed with oral Thrush what treatment will work?
I have been on Nytacin for a week now and it hasn't helped. My doctor said that should have worked, so now i'm worried and don't know what to do. please help! Asked by Shaunna Cichy 3 months ago.

This is what my doctor did, at separate times, and I am still convinced that I have it because my cheeks still hurt a little and have white stuff on them but whatever. 1. Mycelex (7 times a day) 2. Diflucan (I forget how many times a day I think it was 1 or 2) 3. Nystatin (Every 8 hours) 4. Diflucan and mycelex Answered by Shea Rakes 3 months ago.

You go back to the doctor and try something else. Answered by Sheree Le 3 months ago.


Can you take any meds to relieve cold symptoms while pregnant?
Asked by Adelaide Malden 3 months ago.

You have to ask your doctor but here's an online list of meds for pregnant women: Problem Safe to take Heartburn, gas and bloating, upset stomach Antacids for heartburn (Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums) Simethicone for gas pains (Gas-X, Maalox Anti-Gas, Mylanta Gas, Mylicon) Cough or cold Guaifenesin, an expectorant (Hytuss, Mucinex, Naldecon Senior EX, Robitussin) Dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant (Benylin Adult, Robitussin Maximum Strength Cough, Scot-Tussin DM, Vicks 44 Cough Relief) Guaifenesin plus dextromethorphan (Benylin Expectorant, Robitussin DM, Vicks 44E) Cough drops Vicks VapoRub Avoid cold remedies that contain alcohol. Also avoid the decongestants pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which can affect blood flow to the placenta. Pain relief, headache, and fever Acetaminophen (Anacin Aspirin-Free, Tylenol) Allergy relief Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine (Chlor-Trimeton allergy tablets) Loratadine, an antihistamine (Alavert, Claritin, Tavist ND, Triaminic Allerchews) Diphenhydramine, an antihistamine (Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Genahist) Constipation, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea Psyllium (Konsyl-D, Metamucil, Modane Bulk, Perdiem) Polycarbophil (Equalactin, Fiber-Lax, FiberNorm, Konsyl-Fiber, Mitrolan) Methylcellulose (Citrucel, Unifiber) Other laxatives and stool softeners (Colace, Dulcolax, Maltsupex, milk of magnesia) Hemorrhoid creams (Anusol, Preparation H, Tucks) Loperamide, anti-diarrhea medication (Imodium, Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal, Pepto Diarrhea Control) Yeast infections and other fungal infections such as athlete's foot Clotrimazole (Cruex, Gyne-Lotrimin 3, Lotrimin AF, Mycelex 7) Miconazole (Desenex, Femizol-M, Micatin, Monistat 3) Terbinafine (Lamisil AT) Tioconazole (Monistat 1, Vagistat 1) Butoconazole (Femstat 3, Mycelex 3) Butenafine (Lotrimin Ultra) Tolnaftate (Absorbine Athlete's Foot Cream, Absorbine Footcare, Genaspor, Tinactin) Undecylenic Acid and derivatives (Cruex, Desenex, Fungi Cure, Tinacide) Certain Cruex, Desenex, and Fungi Cure products may contain other antifungal agents not listed here that should not be used during pregnancy. Check the labels carefully. Insomnia Diphenhydramine (Benadryl, Maximum Strength Unisom SleepGels, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine succinate (Unisom Nighttime Sleep-Aid) First-aid preparations Cortaid, Lanacort, Polysporin Answered by Kerri Underdahl 3 months ago.

Dont take medical advice off this site ask the chemist or your doctor. I have suffered with bad allergies the whole pregnancy I am being induced on wednesday. Cant wait to take cold medicine! A few things I have done is have hot showers the steam helps alot! Cook soup the heat from it clears you up also having a cup of tea helps. (add lemon and honey for a sore throat) Have a bath (i rub Vicks vapour rub on first and lay in the warm water or put eucalyptus oil into bathwater or shower. Lavender oil also helps) Eat chilli foods it clears cold out rest But dont take any medication unless you ask a doc or chemist! eat stuff high in vitamin c or drink lots of fresh juices Answered by Sterling Zwingman 3 months ago.

Tylenol at normal dosage is perfectly safe during pregnancy. Listen to your doctor. Colds are tough in pregnancy...there isn't that much you can do - get some moisture in the house - run the shower and steam up the place, or boil a pot of water (just keep an eye on it)...have some hot tea, or even just hot water with lemon...anything that will help loosen up that mucus and get it moving will help you feel better. Answered by Sarah Spreng 3 months ago.

U can defiinitely take Tylenol products. Thats what my doc told me to do for any pains or cold symptoms Answered by Shery Crumedy 3 months ago.

My wife took regular strength Benadryl for her cold during pregnancy. The one in the pink box. Her OG told her that was best for her and baby. All of our children were are are still healthy. Hope you feel better! Answered by Vikki Skelton 3 months ago.

Pretty sure you can take any tylenol product but call midwife or OBGYN to check there assistants will be able to answer you Answered by Janell Bening 3 months ago.

Just tylenol Answered by Portia Zimmerle 3 months ago.

yes u can take seudafed(sp?) that was on my med list i got from my ob when was preggy Answered by Mitchell Squires 3 months ago.

you can take regular sudafed and benadryl (just not together) Answered by Fumiko Politis 3 months ago.


Can you take Phensyme while pregnant?
or other bloation relieving medicines? Asked by Olympia Nappo 3 months ago.

Um... No. The baby hasn't gone through puberty and had her period (only girls can get pregnant) and don't listen to the person who said wear two condoms, that causes friction which will make them break. Having sex while you're pregnant is fine, it doesn't really effect the baby at all because no matter how big a penis is, it WILL NOT reach the uterus (where the baby is is). Answered by Erwin Bellard 3 months ago.

Ive never heard of that medication but at the very least talk to your doctor and see if he has something that you can take. Answered by Davida Vollucci 3 months ago.

consult your doctor but i'm sure you shouldn't Answered by Kelly Sae 3 months ago.


Any SOS methods of treating vaginal infections at home?
like uncontrolled itching, watery area. ... when the doc aint available Asked by Kaycee Sdoia 3 months ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication commonly used in the treatment of fungal infections such as vaginal yeast infections, it sounds like one in ure case. It is commonly available as an over-the-counter substance in various dosage forms, such as a cream and vaginal tablets. If you have a vaginal infection, refrain from sexual intercourse. Wear clean cotton panties (or panties with cotton crotches), not panties made of nylon, rayon, or other synthetic fabrics. Do not let anyone else use your medication. Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about refilling your prescription. If you still have symptoms of infection after you finish the clotrimazole, call your doctor. Brand names Fungoid® Solution Gyne-Lotrimin® GyneLotrimin® 3 Gyne-Lotrimin® 3 Combination Pack Gyne-Lotrimin®-3 Lotrim® AF Jock Itch Cream Lotrimin® Lotrimin® AF Mycelex® Troche Mycelex®-7 canesten Answered by Frederick Mendieta 3 months ago.

If you think its a yeast infection (which is sounds like) PLAIN yogurt has the probiotics that can get rid of the infection. Insert about one spoonfull inside your vagina. I know it sounds gross but it really does work. Eating yogurt will also get the probiotics there it will just take a lot longer. There are also creams you can buy at the store. A lot of different options. Answered by Cheri Aluarez 3 months ago.

sitz bath or a very mild diluted solution of vinegar and water may help. Answered by Billy Salman 3 months ago.

agree with JESS and VR VEGAS. If it is thrush, yogurt (eating it and putting some in your vagina) and diluted vinegar in water helps. sit in a bath of warm water and a little vinegar Answered by Jefferey Klingenberg 3 months ago.


Is there medicine to cure 'trich' without prescription?
Asked by Rosemary Breckel 3 months ago.

While the main medicine metronidazole is prescription only, an alternative is kind of available called clotrimazole. Why do I say kind of? Because this website says it isn't always: PRESCRIPTION: yes, for some brands and/or preparations. It is normally used as an alternative to the first because it is not as effective BUT can be used during pregnancy: Clotrimazole (Gyne-Lotrimin, Mycelex-7) if pregnant and having symptoms * Medicine is inserted into the vagina at night for 14 days. * This will decrease symptoms, but the cure rate is only 20%. Hope that answers your question, Bobly Answered by Audrie Sekel 3 months ago.


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