Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019641/001.

Names and composition

"TERAZOL 3" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TERCONAZOLE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019641/001 TERAZOL 3 TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
019964/001 TERAZOL 3 TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.8%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019579/001 TERAZOL 7 TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%
019641/001 TERAZOL 3 TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
019964/001 TERAZOL 3 TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.8%
021735/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.8%
075953/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.8%
076043/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%
076712/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 0.4%
076850/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
077149/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG
077553/001 TERCONAZOLE TERCONAZOLE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 80MG

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Answered questions

Terazol 3 side effects H E L P - 1O POINTS!?
Thanks guys, I already seen those side effects, I just wanted to know if anyone has experienced this before. Asked by Eulah Pawlowski 1 year ago.

I posted this already but no answers. ----- So today my doctor prescribed me it. It's my first day being on it because of a yeast infection (obviously) This whole night I haven't slept for the whole night except for like an hour. My whole body is FROZEN COLD. I'm litereally wearing three sweaters with track pants and gloves! I'm shivering like crazy and my whole body feels really sensitive and I feel nauseous. I was just wondering if these are normal side effects or do I actually have something to be worried about? Also I am using both the cream and the ovules or whatever they're called (the little tablets you stick in your cooch) Answered by Jerilyn Corsilles 1 year ago.

Any severe side effects should make you worry. You should call your doctor and let them know. What you are experiencing does not appear to be a common side-effect. However here is a list of common side-effects from Terazol 3: "If you experience an allergic reaction (swelling of the lips, face, or tongue; shortness of breath; or hives), stop using terconazole vaginal and seek emergency medical attention. Other, less serious side effects may be more likely to occur including vaginal burning or itching, irritation of the skin, and an increased need to urinate. Talk to your doctor if these side effects persist or seem excessive" Answered by Leota Sparrow 1 year ago.

You can Google the name of the medication and it's side effects/adverse reactions. " Side Effects of Terazol 3. " Sounds like you are definitely having something serious going on, so until you call your Dr, I wouldn't take anymore. The cream and the little tablets might be ok, but I'd Google the names of those medications too--the same way--you could be absorbing those drugs into your system. You shouldn't be so cold! Answered by Contessa Froelich 1 year ago.

This drug can cause, up to 10% of the population, Central nervous system side effect such as fever, chills. If you can tolerate then keep using this drug, otherwise tell your doctor and he/she can change it to other drug. If you are having also those effects such as rash; hives; itching; shortness of breath; wheezing; cough; swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat, then u have allergy to the drug and should STOP it now. Answered by Allegra Meester 1 year ago.


Yeast infection ( terazol 3)?
ok I have a concern I am on my second yeast infection in the past year the first time I got it my doctor (back then) gave me dilflucan for the yeast as well as merto gel for a bacterial overgowth (she told me NO sex while on treatment) this time I have a new doctor and she only gave me a vaginal cream this time (3... Asked by Freda Raia 1 year ago.

ok I have a concern I am on my second yeast infection in the past year the first time I got it my doctor (back then) gave me dilflucan for the yeast as well as merto gel for a bacterial overgowth (she told me NO sex while on treatment) this time I have a new doctor and she only gave me a vaginal cream this time (3 day application) I asked about having sex and she said it was not a problem as long as I have sex before the applications. This is the complete opposite of what my previuos docotor had told me? What's going on? she gave me terazol 3 (3 day application at bedtime) Answered by Theodora Netherland 1 year ago.

I've had a ZILLION yeast infections, I'm prone to them (and I'm 47). So I can tell you this: if you have sex while you are still trying to treat it, it will make it worse. Not only that, they guy might carry some of the yeast on him and pass it back to you later! So...do the treatments the doc gives you, wait the three days (7 is better ), and then resume sex if you feel totally well and itch/pain free. Another thing I do, because I'm so susceptible; is that I buy the over-the-counter cream medications and put them in EVERY TIME after I have sex. It keeps them from coming back. The fact is, any sexual activity or on-coming period or lack of sleep or too much sugar can bring one on. So...get the over-the=counter 7 day cream or suppositories and stick some in after sex for the night. This should help you from getting a full-blown infection. If you don't want to do this, make sure you always have an over-the-counter Monistat treatment box in your bathroom when it crops up after sex or whenever so you can treat it ASAP. Answered by Corrinne Shiring 1 year ago.


How long does it take Terazol 3 to work?
I went to the doctor 3 days ago and she diagnosed me with a yeast infection, gave me the Terazol 3 days vaginal suppositories because she said it wasn't a very bad infection. I inserted the 3rd and last one last night, and I still feel itchy/irritated. Does anyone know if it usually takes more time or if I... Asked by Ranee Janes 1 year ago.

I went to the doctor 3 days ago and she diagnosed me with a yeast infection, gave me the Terazol 3 days vaginal suppositories because she said it wasn't a very bad infection. I inserted the 3rd and last one last night, and I still feel itchy/irritated. Does anyone know if it usually takes more time or if I should have felt some relief by now? I am not sure if I should wait or contact my gyno again.... Thanks in advance! Answered by Shannon Boughn 1 year ago.

Give it until Monday...if you have not had relief by then ...give the gyn a call Answered by Kyla Burgoyne 1 year ago.


How long does it take the 3 day Terazol to work?
I had(or have) a yeast infection and I finished the 3 day Terconazole two days ago and things feel pretty much back to normal but I don't know if the infection is completely gone? Should I not have sex? I read that sex can pass the yeast infection to my boyfriend and then I can get it again... Asked by Taryn Lough 1 year ago.

Yes avoid sex. You could be passing on. Get it properly treated first. Its quite curable. Answered by Leslie Graff 1 year ago.


Normal to have an increase in discharge while treating a yeast infection?
im taking terazol 3 the suppositories . & tonight will be my last one .. but my discharge is tanish colored basically like dough & what do yah no ... it smells like dough lol . which it wasnt really like this before i was being treated for it .. is this normal ? Asked by Perry Densley 1 year ago.

yea its normal, i prefer oral tablets (fluconazole) that is prescribed by the doctor it works much better and faster. but i used a supposatory before and i had much more discharge then before i used it. Answered by Nidia Min 1 year ago.


Yeast Infection Creams????-Please Help?
I am also ending my period, I don't know if that has anything to do with anything. Asked by Cassy Sierras 1 year ago.

I was just prescribed Terazol 7 for my yeast infection. I was told to take it 3 days after my Diflucan. Will it burn me? If you have ever used any yeast infection cream, did it burn? for how long after you inserted it? How many days did the discomfort last? Thank you in advance for answering this question. I really would like to avoid the creams but the last time I took Diflucan it didn't work. Answered by Margene Beeck 1 year ago.

I do not have recurring yeast infections. The thing is it's really mild right now compared to what I have been through in the last two weeks. My vaginal health is basically depressing me. I have itching only after I pee. Once I use a wipe to throughly clean my vagina and anus afterwards I am fine until I pee again. If you have used Terazol can you please tell me about your experience. Answered by Rudy Mcgrail 1 year ago.

Terazol is better than over the counter creams in my opinion. It will burn for a day or two depending on how bad your infection is. Try the cream on the outside to see if that works. I have gotten yeast infections after my period before. I don't know if you're taking birth control pills, but sometimes they cause yeast infections. Answered by Loretta Grosskopf 1 year ago.

Yeast infection is caused by the unrestrained growth of a fungus called Candida albicans. These organisms normally thrive in the vagina in small numbers. Yeast infection is one of the most common infections of the vagina. The kind of food that we eat has a crucial role in yeast infection. Yeast infection is pretty common and in minor cases, such as itching on the infected area, the doctor will just prescribe some medication for external application or insertion into the vagina. Professional diagnosis is only for severe cases or persistent cases of infection and in most cases, it is not necessary. Avoid wearing jeans, legging, panty hose every day. Avoid the starchy foods, sugars, dairy, and fatty foods. Eat lots of yogurt and kefir (fermented soy). Avoid the use of plastic pants if possible. Check with your doctor or pharmacist about an anti-fungal cream for your baby Answered by Anglea Unterman 1 year ago.


What Do I Do About A Yeast Infection?
Meghan, It was a monostat applicator. I just said cream because that's what was inside of it. Sorry for all the gory details ya'll but It's the first time I've ever had one and I just wasn't sure if the applicator made u itch or not. I wasn't even itching that much until I used the... Asked by Michaela Lazier 1 year ago.

Ok, so I found out today that I have a yeast infection. This is the first time I have ever had one. I went to walmart and stocked up on lots of yogurt and I bought a monostat 3 day medicine kit. Ok, so I inserted the monostat cream and it is making me itch more than ever. It is so itchy and I am trying my hardest to refrain from itching it. Is this normal to itch after insterting the cream? Answered by Antoine Cena 1 year ago.

Meghan, It was a monostat applicator. I just said cream because that's what was inside of it. Sorry for all the gory details ya'll but It's the first time I've ever had one and I just wasn't sure if the applicator made u itch or not. I wasn't even itching that much until I used the applicator, but I am noticing when I sit down it's much better. Thanks for the advice everyone. I really do appreciate it. Answered by Mirna Bohley 1 year ago.

Vaginal yeast infection and vulvitis may be treated with antifungal medications that are applied topically in and around the vagina or with antifungal medications taken by mouth. Sometimes, mixed infections with more than one microbe can require combinations of treatments. Topically applied antifungal creams include: butoconazole (Femstat 3), clotrimazole (Lotrimin), miconazole (Monistat), and terconazole (Terazol 3). The over-the-counter topical treatments are an option for some women when yeast is the cause of the infection. However, it should be noted that infection other than yeast can cause similar symptoms. These include bacterial vaginosis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. If symptoms are not eliminated by over-the-counter products, patients should see their doctor for evaluation. Antifungal medications that are also available as vaginal tablets include: clotrimazole (Lotrimin, Mycelex), miconazole (Monistat; Micatin), terconazole (Terazol), and nystatin (Mycostatin) Oral medications for yeast vaginitis and vulvitis include fluconazole (Diflucan). Most doctors prefer to treat vaginal yeast infections with vaginal tablets or suppositories rather than oral medications. Oral antifungal medication can cause side effects such as headache, nausea, and abdominal pain , while vaginal treatment is unlikely to cause these side effects. Oral antifungal medications are also not recommended for use during pregnancy. Good Luck! Answered by Chanda Wedding 1 year ago.

I've never tried that cream but I doubt it should make you more irritated. But since you know you have a yeast infection, you can go right to you're GYN because he will be able to tell right then if that's the problem. The pills will be prescribed. I don't remember what they are called but you take one the first day and one 3 days after that and it goes away. All the extra creams and over the counter treatments aren't usually the best options. Answered by Kiesha Partible 1 year ago.

If you're sure that it's a yeast infection, then yeah, unfortunately, that's totally normal. It doesn't work right away. After three days of itchy, itchy pain, it will go away, and that's WAY better than the alternative. You can also get overnight treatments (just one day) but they seem to be less effective (and more expensive), but I'm not 100% sure. But whatever you do, try to not itch it. When I had my first YI, I scratched it until I bled. No fun at all. You CAN get these little cooling wipes that help clean up the mess and also calm the itch a little bit. But mostly, just grind your teeth and try to distract yourself. I'm sorry you're having to go through that. :( *HUGS* Good luck, it won't last forever, I promise. Answered by Dedra Janysek 1 year ago.

Someone I know used to drink alka seltzer. I've never had an infection so I haven't tried it myself but she said it work well along with other meds i'm sure. Answered by Shara Belgard 1 year ago.

The cream shouldn't make you itch at all. It should help the itching. The cream should be put only around the area and never inside, that could be a problem if you put it inside of you. The monistat applicator is what goes inside of you. Answered by Leonarda Swapp 1 year ago.

go to the doctors and asks whats wrong......duh Answered by Izola Kiyabu 1 year ago.


Has anyone been on any long term use of terazol and metrondazole pills or gel during pregnancy?
I am 27 weeks pregnant and have had 3 yeast infections and 3 bacterial infections since I'm 21 weeks pregnant. It's been vicious cycle! I get BV and then either the metrondazole gel or pills give me a bad yeast infection. They had me try 3 diflucans at first which did nothing then terazol 7 which helped,... Asked by Julian Hentz 1 year ago.

I am 27 weeks pregnant and have had 3 yeast infections and 3 bacterial infections since I'm 21 weeks pregnant. It's been vicious cycle! I get BV and then either the metrondazole gel or pills give me a bad yeast infection. They had me try 3 diflucans at first which did nothing then terazol 7 which helped, but then my BV came back and had to take the metrondazole pills and the yeast came back and now I'm on terazol for 14 days, just went back to the doctor yesterday and I still have both infections!!!!! Can anyone give me advice? I'm sooo nervous that all of this medication is bad for my baby!! Answered by Eric Norred 1 year ago.

Yeast infections aren't that easy to permanently get rid of. Many products can temporarily relieve the symptoms, but a long term treatment approach will be your best bet to completely elliminate it. One of the more popular and effective homeopathic solutions is yeastrol. It's very effective at treating yeast infections in children. What you can also do to speed the recovery is to change their diet in a way that will starve the yeast organisms (Candida). Things that you should remove from their diet are all sodas, sugars, fruit, fermented foods, foods containing white flour, alcohol (especially beer), antacids and any product that has yeast or mold. Things to add to their diet are live yogurt cultures (or take Acidophilus), plenty of water, fresh vegetables, lots of protein rich foods, whey protein, raw garlic, nuts, seeds, oils, millet, rice and oat brans. Hope this helps and best of luck! :) I've included the link to their website if you're interested Answered by Joanie Piske 1 year ago.


Terazol 3 side effects H E L P - 1O POINTS!?
Thanks guys, I already seen those side effects, I just wanted to know if anyone has experienced this before. Asked by Synthia Morganson 1 year ago.

I posted this already but no answers. ----- So today my doctor prescribed me it. It's my first day being on it because of a yeast infection (obviously) This whole night I haven't slept for the whole night except for like an hour. My whole body is FROZEN COLD. I'm litereally wearing three sweaters with track pants and gloves! I'm shivering like crazy and my whole body feels really sensitive and I feel nauseous. I was just wondering if these are normal side effects or do I actually have something to be worried about? Also I am using both the cream and the ovules or whatever they're called (the little tablets you stick in your cooch) Answered by Benita Heinonen 1 year ago.

Any severe side effects should make you worry. You should call your doctor and let them know. What you are experiencing does not appear to be a common side-effect. However here is a list of common side-effects from Terazol 3: "If you experience an allergic reaction (swelling of the lips, face, or tongue; shortness of breath; or hives), stop using terconazole vaginal and seek emergency medical attention. Other, less serious side effects may be more likely to occur including vaginal burning or itching, irritation of the skin, and an increased need to urinate. Talk to your doctor if these side effects persist or seem excessive" Answered by Vennie Ehiginator 1 year ago.

You can Google the name of the medication and it's side effects/adverse reactions. " Side Effects of Terazol 3. " Sounds like you are definitely having something serious going on, so until you call your Dr, I wouldn't take anymore. The cream and the little tablets might be ok, but I'd Google the names of those medications too--the same way--you could be absorbing those drugs into your system. You shouldn't be so cold! Answered by Noble Ragel 1 year ago.

This drug can cause, up to 10% of the population, Central nervous system side effect such as fever, chills. If you can tolerate then keep using this drug, otherwise tell your doctor and he/she can change it to other drug. If you are having also those effects such as rash; hives; itching; shortness of breath; wheezing; cough; swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat, then u have allergy to the drug and should STOP it now. Answered by Lenore Mennig 1 year ago.


Yeast infection ( terazol 3)?
ok I have a concern I am on my second yeast infection in the past year the first time I got it my doctor (back then) gave me dilflucan for the yeast as well as merto gel for a bacterial overgowth (she told me NO sex while on treatment) this time I have a new doctor and she only gave me a vaginal cream this time (3... Asked by Lashanda Duley 1 year ago.

ok I have a concern I am on my second yeast infection in the past year the first time I got it my doctor (back then) gave me dilflucan for the yeast as well as merto gel for a bacterial overgowth (she told me NO sex while on treatment) this time I have a new doctor and she only gave me a vaginal cream this time (3 day application) I asked about having sex and she said it was not a problem as long as I have sex before the applications. This is the complete opposite of what my previuos docotor had told me? What's going on? she gave me terazol 3 (3 day application at bedtime) Answered by Doris Thilking 1 year ago.

I've had a ZILLION yeast infections, I'm prone to them (and I'm 47). So I can tell you this: if you have sex while you are still trying to treat it, it will make it worse. Not only that, they guy might carry some of the yeast on him and pass it back to you later! So...do the treatments the doc gives you, wait the three days (7 is better ), and then resume sex if you feel totally well and itch/pain free. Another thing I do, because I'm so susceptible; is that I buy the over-the-counter cream medications and put them in EVERY TIME after I have sex. It keeps them from coming back. The fact is, any sexual activity or on-coming period or lack of sleep or too much sugar can bring one on. So...get the over-the=counter 7 day cream or suppositories and stick some in after sex for the night. This should help you from getting a full-blown infection. If you don't want to do this, make sure you always have an over-the-counter Monistat treatment box in your bathroom when it crops up after sex or whenever so you can treat it ASAP. Answered by Nadia Penny 1 year ago.


How long does it take Terazol 3 to work?
I went to the doctor 3 days ago and she diagnosed me with a yeast infection, gave me the Terazol 3 days vaginal suppositories because she said it wasn't a very bad infection. I inserted the 3rd and last one last night, and I still feel itchy/irritated. Does anyone know if it usually takes more time or if I... Asked by Kymberly Cloer 1 year ago.

I went to the doctor 3 days ago and she diagnosed me with a yeast infection, gave me the Terazol 3 days vaginal suppositories because she said it wasn't a very bad infection. I inserted the 3rd and last one last night, and I still feel itchy/irritated. Does anyone know if it usually takes more time or if I should have felt some relief by now? I am not sure if I should wait or contact my gyno again.... Thanks in advance! Answered by Adrianna Priolean 1 year ago.

Give it until Monday...if you have not had relief by then ...give the gyn a call Answered by Ardell Falvo 1 year ago.


How long does it take the 3 day Terazol to work?
I had(or have) a yeast infection and I finished the 3 day Terconazole two days ago and things feel pretty much back to normal but I don't know if the infection is completely gone? Should I not have sex? I read that sex can pass the yeast infection to my boyfriend and then I can get it again... Asked by Augustina Burmester 1 year ago.

Yes avoid sex. You could be passing on. Get it properly treated first. Its quite curable. Answered by Yan Ibdah 1 year ago.


Normal to have an increase in discharge while treating a yeast infection?
im taking terazol 3 the suppositories . & tonight will be my last one .. but my discharge is tanish colored basically like dough & what do yah no ... it smells like dough lol . which it wasnt really like this before i was being treated for it .. is this normal ? Asked by Glenna Banbury 1 year ago.

yea its normal, i prefer oral tablets (fluconazole) that is prescribed by the doctor it works much better and faster. but i used a supposatory before and i had much more discharge then before i used it. Answered by Pricilla Westall 1 year ago.


Yeast Infection Creams????-Please Help?
I am also ending my period, I don't know if that has anything to do with anything. Asked by Jim Petrucci 1 year ago.

I was just prescribed Terazol 7 for my yeast infection. I was told to take it 3 days after my Diflucan. Will it burn me? If you have ever used any yeast infection cream, did it burn? for how long after you inserted it? How many days did the discomfort last? Thank you in advance for answering this question. I really would like to avoid the creams but the last time I took Diflucan it didn't work. Answered by Darcie Baruth 1 year ago.

I do not have recurring yeast infections. The thing is it's really mild right now compared to what I have been through in the last two weeks. My vaginal health is basically depressing me. I have itching only after I pee. Once I use a wipe to throughly clean my vagina and anus afterwards I am fine until I pee again. If you have used Terazol can you please tell me about your experience. Answered by Riley Breuning 1 year ago.

Terazol is better than over the counter creams in my opinion. It will burn for a day or two depending on how bad your infection is. Try the cream on the outside to see if that works. I have gotten yeast infections after my period before. I don't know if you're taking birth control pills, but sometimes they cause yeast infections. Answered by Vinnie Napoli 1 year ago.

Yeast infection is caused by the unrestrained growth of a fungus called Candida albicans. These organisms normally thrive in the vagina in small numbers. Yeast infection is one of the most common infections of the vagina. The kind of food that we eat has a crucial role in yeast infection. Yeast infection is pretty common and in minor cases, such as itching on the infected area, the doctor will just prescribe some medication for external application or insertion into the vagina. Professional diagnosis is only for severe cases or persistent cases of infection and in most cases, it is not necessary. Avoid wearing jeans, legging, panty hose every day. Avoid the starchy foods, sugars, dairy, and fatty foods. Eat lots of yogurt and kefir (fermented soy). Avoid the use of plastic pants if possible. Check with your doctor or pharmacist about an anti-fungal cream for your baby Answered by Polly Morgante 1 year ago.


What Do I Do About A Yeast Infection?
Meghan, It was a monostat applicator. I just said cream because that's what was inside of it. Sorry for all the gory details ya'll but It's the first time I've ever had one and I just wasn't sure if the applicator made u itch or not. I wasn't even itching that much until I used the... Asked by Gisela Devall 1 year ago.

Ok, so I found out today that I have a yeast infection. This is the first time I have ever had one. I went to walmart and stocked up on lots of yogurt and I bought a monostat 3 day medicine kit. Ok, so I inserted the monostat cream and it is making me itch more than ever. It is so itchy and I am trying my hardest to refrain from itching it. Is this normal to itch after insterting the cream? Answered by Samara Panzarella 1 year ago.

Meghan, It was a monostat applicator. I just said cream because that's what was inside of it. Sorry for all the gory details ya'll but It's the first time I've ever had one and I just wasn't sure if the applicator made u itch or not. I wasn't even itching that much until I used the applicator, but I am noticing when I sit down it's much better. Thanks for the advice everyone. I really do appreciate it. Answered by Jerrold Smoots 1 year ago.

Vaginal yeast infection and vulvitis may be treated with antifungal medications that are applied topically in and around the vagina or with antifungal medications taken by mouth. Sometimes, mixed infections with more than one microbe can require combinations of treatments. Topically applied antifungal creams include: butoconazole (Femstat 3), clotrimazole (Lotrimin), miconazole (Monistat), and terconazole (Terazol 3). The over-the-counter topical treatments are an option for some women when yeast is the cause of the infection. However, it should be noted that infection other than yeast can cause similar symptoms. These include bacterial vaginosis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. If symptoms are not eliminated by over-the-counter products, patients should see their doctor for evaluation. Antifungal medications that are also available as vaginal tablets include: clotrimazole (Lotrimin, Mycelex), miconazole (Monistat; Micatin), terconazole (Terazol), and nystatin (Mycostatin) Oral medications for yeast vaginitis and vulvitis include fluconazole (Diflucan). Most doctors prefer to treat vaginal yeast infections with vaginal tablets or suppositories rather than oral medications. Oral antifungal medication can cause side effects such as headache, nausea, and abdominal pain , while vaginal treatment is unlikely to cause these side effects. Oral antifungal medications are also not recommended for use during pregnancy. Good Luck! Answered by Judie Heimlich 1 year ago.

I've never tried that cream but I doubt it should make you more irritated. But since you know you have a yeast infection, you can go right to you're GYN because he will be able to tell right then if that's the problem. The pills will be prescribed. I don't remember what they are called but you take one the first day and one 3 days after that and it goes away. All the extra creams and over the counter treatments aren't usually the best options. Answered by Jo Cason 1 year ago.

If you're sure that it's a yeast infection, then yeah, unfortunately, that's totally normal. It doesn't work right away. After three days of itchy, itchy pain, it will go away, and that's WAY better than the alternative. You can also get overnight treatments (just one day) but they seem to be less effective (and more expensive), but I'm not 100% sure. But whatever you do, try to not itch it. When I had my first YI, I scratched it until I bled. No fun at all. You CAN get these little cooling wipes that help clean up the mess and also calm the itch a little bit. But mostly, just grind your teeth and try to distract yourself. I'm sorry you're having to go through that. :( *HUGS* Good luck, it won't last forever, I promise. Answered by Josephine Lapar 1 year ago.

Someone I know used to drink alka seltzer. I've never had an infection so I haven't tried it myself but she said it work well along with other meds i'm sure. Answered by Juliann Preast 1 year ago.

The cream shouldn't make you itch at all. It should help the itching. The cream should be put only around the area and never inside, that could be a problem if you put it inside of you. The monistat applicator is what goes inside of you. Answered by Crissy Langsdale 1 year ago.

go to the doctors and asks whats wrong......duh Answered by Cornelius Kitelinger 1 year ago.


Has anyone been on any long term use of terazol and metrondazole pills or gel during pregnancy?
I am 27 weeks pregnant and have had 3 yeast infections and 3 bacterial infections since I'm 21 weeks pregnant. It's been vicious cycle! I get BV and then either the metrondazole gel or pills give me a bad yeast infection. They had me try 3 diflucans at first which did nothing then terazol 7 which helped,... Asked by Alex Vela 1 year ago.

I am 27 weeks pregnant and have had 3 yeast infections and 3 bacterial infections since I'm 21 weeks pregnant. It's been vicious cycle! I get BV and then either the metrondazole gel or pills give me a bad yeast infection. They had me try 3 diflucans at first which did nothing then terazol 7 which helped, but then my BV came back and had to take the metrondazole pills and the yeast came back and now I'm on terazol for 14 days, just went back to the doctor yesterday and I still have both infections!!!!! Can anyone give me advice? I'm sooo nervous that all of this medication is bad for my baby!! Answered by Trinity Paliotta 1 year ago.

Yeast infections aren't that easy to permanently get rid of. Many products can temporarily relieve the symptoms, but a long term treatment approach will be your best bet to completely elliminate it. One of the more popular and effective homeopathic solutions is yeastrol. It's very effective at treating yeast infections in children. What you can also do to speed the recovery is to change their diet in a way that will starve the yeast organisms (Candida). Things that you should remove from their diet are all sodas, sugars, fruit, fermented foods, foods containing white flour, alcohol (especially beer), antacids and any product that has yeast or mold. Things to add to their diet are live yogurt cultures (or take Acidophilus), plenty of water, fresh vegetables, lots of protein rich foods, whey protein, raw garlic, nuts, seeds, oils, millet, rice and oat brans. Hope this helps and best of luck! :) I've included the link to their website if you're interested Answered by Marquis Labre 1 year ago.


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