Is Yeast Infection related to bacterial vaginosis


A yeast infection is not the same as vaginosis. Even though it may seem similar, it’s not. This is an infection that is formed with a fungus known as candida albicans. This fungus can cause discharge, foul odor, burning sensation, and can be transferred to men and women orally and through sexual intercourse. This is an issue that doesn’t go away on its own at all.

To get rid of a yeast infection, one can seek out topical solutions in a local pharmacy. These can take as little as 3 days to clear up, and as much as 7 days. Either way, this is going to cause a disruption in daily routine, and could lead to further problems. A doctor can prescribe options for this, but often, over the counter medications can work out well for this.

When To Call A Doctor

A Doctor can help with either of these options, and can help you with moving forward with the right solution to clear things up. It’s imperative to understand that each one of these issues are different, and deal with a variety of different symptoms overall. Call a doctor for either, and they can diagnose and treat the issue with simple antibiotics, topical creams, and more. They can also follow up to ensure that this is not something that is lingering or the result of other problems in the body.

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