Thrush is a very common infection which can be uncomfortable. Luckily, treatments are available to help treat the infection quickly while reducing the soreness and itchiness that often occurs.
Some women will only experience a mild thrush infection and will not require a prescription treatment to clear it. For other women, particularly those who experience recurrent outbreaks, a prescription medication is highly beneficial as it reduces the duration of infection while alleviating symptoms and treating the cause of the infection. Prescription treatments like the ones we offer here at OnlineClinic are clinically proven to fulfil the aforementioned tasks safely.
We offer two prescription treatments at OnlineClinic, and they are Diflucan and Gyno-Daktarin. The former treatment comes in the form of 150mg capsules, while the latter is a cream treatment that can be used as a standalone treatment or alongside Diflucan. In order to buy either of these two treatments at OnlineClinic, you will need to complete an online consultation. This will verify that you will be safe to use the medication and are not at a high risk of experiencing adverse side effects.
Diflucan is one of the most frequently prescribed thrush treatments, due in large part to the fact that it is very easy to take in its capsule form. The active ingredient, fluconazole, works to reduce uncomfortable symptoms within just 24 hours. An additional benefit to Diflucan is the fact that it only needs to be taken once. This is because of the high dosage of the medication. Other thrush treatments usually need to be applied externally or internally several times over a number of days.
Gyno-Daktarin is another popular thrush treatment which is in a cream form. It is a particularly common choice for women who are experiencing recurrent infections. Gyno-Daktarin can also be taken with Diflucan in order to fight off the thrush infection more effectively. When you order Gyno-Daktarin you will receive several applicators as well as the tube of cream in order to help you apply the cream internally.
Gyno-Daktarin is another popular thrush treatment which is in a cream form. It is a particularly common choice for women who are experiencing recurrent infections. Gyno-Daktarin can also be taken with Diflucan in order to fight off the thrush infection more effectively. When you order Gyno-Daktarin you will receive several applicators as well as the tube of cream in order to help you apply the cream internally.View Prices & Order
For milder thrush infections, prescription treatment may not be necessary. In these cases, you may prefer to try an over-the-counter cream or pessary, which tend to be very popular options for women. As they are over-the-counter treatments, they present a low risk of side effects, but a disadvantage is that they can be difficult or messy to apply. They also have the potential to cause some damage to latex condoms.
You may have heard about "home remedies" being used to treat thrush or help reduce symptoms, for example the "yoghurt method". This involves inserting into the vagina a small amount of plain bio-live yoghurt, as this is believed to reduce the irritation and soreness of the infection without causing any harm to you. However, this method has never been clinically tested so there is no medical support to the theory that it is beneficial as a thrush treatment.
One of the most irritating things about thrush for women is the fact that it is prone to reoccur. Luckily, there are things you can do to lower the risk of you experiencing frequent thrush infections. For example, try and avoid wearing clothing that is particularly tight and choose cotton underwear to help naturally ventilate your vagina. Avoid cleansing products that are perfumed, as these are known to cause irritation to the vulva. In some cases, it may be that latex condoms, particular lubricants or spermicides are causing your irritation. After using the toilet, always wipe from front to back rather than back to front, as this means there is less chance of bacteria passing from the anus to the urethra.