Vaginal Thrush Advice & Treatment.

Vagina will thrush is a common fungal infection caused by a natural imbalance.

Symptoms include itching and a thick white discharge. Most women will

probably experienced at least one attack of thrush in their lifetime and some

women suffer from thrush on more than one occasion. Thrush is not a sexually

transmitted disease however if you are sexually active you can pass on

infection between you and your partner.

Our advice:

First is common in particular in women do not be embarrassed.

Always wipe your bottom from front to back after going to the toilet.

Clean with warm water morning and night followed by an application of the cream.

Do not over wash as you may wash your natural protective layer away.

Wash with a simple soap avoiding strongly perfumed bath additives.

A salt that can be cooling if you have thrush.

Do not use antiseptic cleansers on the area.

Wear cotton underwear and stockings rather than tights.

Wear cool loose fitting clothes.

External creams need to be applied for seven days after the symptoms

have cleared up to stop thrush coming back.

Treatments For Vaginal Thrush

Common treatments can be purchased from your chemist. Please consult with

your local chemist before purchase. Treatments include Canesten Duo,

Canesten Soft Gel Pessary Combo, Fluconazole, Clotrimazole.