1 Day Yeast Infection Treatment Didn’t Work? Here’s is Why and What You Can Do About It

This is a common problem amongst women that get regular yeast infections. Almost 3 out of every 4 women will experience at least one episode of vaginal infections in their lifetime but many will suffer recurrent yeast infections. While the 1 Day Treatment will work effectively after using it for the first time, it can let many women down when used second time around. Often the infection appears to be worse off than the day before causing great discomfort and soreness.

Many women are so desperate for a cure at this stage because of the constant itching and pain that they’ll consider buying the 3 day treatment only to get the same result.

What About the 7 Day Treatment – Should I try that?

Your doctor would most likely advise you to go on the 7 day treatment if the 1 day yeast infection treatment didn’t work at getting rid of the infection. The 7 day treatment involves using it at night for a whole week and often is a messy process due to leakages the next morning. However many women have also reported that the 7 day treatment can be agonizingly painful causing sharp pains in the vagina. And that is because most women are allergic to the ingredients contained within the treatment. If you are experiencing excruciating pain with the 1 day, 3 day or 7 day treatment then stop and talk to your doctor.

Are absolutely sure it is a yeast infection?

Often buying the wrong treatments can only make the infection worse. So how do you recognise a vaginal yeast infection? The usual symptoms are:

A white and thick cottage cheese like discharge which has slight smell of yeast, severe itching and burning, soreness of the vulva and vagina, pain during sex and burning sensation when urinating.

If you are not experiencing these symptoms then I would urge you to get it confirmed by your doctor.

Is there any other treatment I could use to put an end to this horrible infection once and for all?

If you’ve tried prescription drugs and creams such as Monistat and Diflucan and the 1 day yeast infection treatment didn’t work out, there are many women who can attest to getting rid of the infection using natural remedies. They often are more powerful than prescription drugs and have no side effects – some of the most effective remedies include raw honey, lactobacillus acidophilus, white vinegar, tea tree oil and garlic.

You also need to be aware of how the infection materialised so you can fight off the infection naturally. Yeast naturally resides in the vagina but there are certain things that cause yeast to overgrow. These can be: regular use of antibiotics, changes in the vaginal PH during menstruation or pregnancy, poor diet (sugary refined foods, excess caffeine, excess alcohol etc), weak immune system and even stress can cause yeast to overgrow. If antibiotics bring on a yeast infection then you can understand why treatments like the 1 Day Treatment don’t work out each and every time. You may be feeding yeast.

The best way to prevent vaginal infections from recurring is to maintain a healthy immune system with proper nutrition (reduce sugary refined foods, avoiding fatty foods, limiting alcohol), take a lactobacillus supplement (natural yogurt is great source of this), regular exercising, limit use of antibiotics and take garlic capsules (a natural yeast killer) every day.

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Source by Alison McEvoy