Any SOS methods of treating vaginal infections at home?
like uncontrolled itching, watery area. ... when the doc aint available
Asked by Denita Duffee 1 year 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 Vannessa Erdner 1 year 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 Bryant Schwander 1 year ago.
sitz bath or a very mild diluted solution of vinegar and water may help. Answered by Jerome Jahaly 1 year 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 Libby Kehl 1 year ago.