There are a wide range of products available, both by prescription and over-the-counter, for treating vaginal yeast infections, including:

  • Creams. Apply as directed to the vaginal area.
  • Suppositories. Insert into the vagina as directed.
  • Oral. Take as directed by your doctor.

Vaginal yeast infections can have symptoms similar to other infections, so it is extremely important to visit your physician so that you are treating the right thing.

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Recovery Time

Total recovery from a vaginal yeast infection is entirely dependent on the medication(s) used.

Sexual Activity

It is important not to have sex until your symptoms have gone away and you have completed your medication.

Mark Riegel, MD
Mark Riegel, MD
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