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Vaginal Thrush: the TRUTH
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At least three out of four women have experienced vaginal thrush at some time or the other. Most have recurring infections. Though not life threatening, it can be an extremely unpleasant and distressing disease.

Vaginal Thrush

Vaginal Thrush - factors and causes

Vaginal thrush
, also known as vaginal Candidiasis or vaginitis, is caused by yeast called Candida albicans. This yeast is a part of the normal flora of the skin, mouth, digestive system, vagina and other parts of the body. Its numbers are kept in check by friendly bacteria. When certain conditions alter the balance of the friendly bacteria, the Candida multiplies exponentially and the overgrowth causes symptoms.

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There are various precipitating factors which lead to vaginal thrush. Vaginal thrush normally follows a course of antibiotics, which kills off the friendly bacteria, allowing the Candida to flourish. Hormonal imbalances during pregnancy, before periods, high doses of oral contraceptive pills have known to cause vaginal thrush. Debilitating disorders like diabetes and diseases like cancer or AIDS cause Candidiasis. A compromised immune system is most certainly an invitation for the Candida to cause infection like vaginal thrush.

Though it is not normally considered a sexually-transmitted disease, sexual transference is known to occur. Lack of personal hygiene, tight synthetic clothes, allergies etc. is also an important cause of vaginal thrush. Recurring vaginal thrush infections which do not respond to treatment may be an early sign of diabetes or HIV infection. 

Symptoms of vaginal thrush

Early symptoms of vaginal thrush include vaginal irritation, itching, bright red rash affecting inner and outer parts of the vulva, pain during urination, thick curd-like discharge from the vagina, and painful intercourse. Symptoms of vaginal thrush often mimic those of other sexually-transmitted diseases, so it is recommended that a medical practitioner make the diagnosis and draw up a treatment plan.

Anti-fungal medications may be used to manage vaginal thrush. Over-the-counter treatments are available is the form of cream, tablets, and pessaries. Single dose oral tablets are also available. However, yeast infection medications and OTCs may have side effects, most common of which are nausea, allergies and rashes. Moreover, most vaginal thrush medications are only work in the short run. The reason is that vaginal yeast medications are aimed at tackling the immediate causes of Candida, whereas vaginal thrush  is a complex condition, triggered by an overall internal imbalance (or a set of internal factors) . 

As there are many internal as well as external factors involved in the etiology of vaginal thrush, just the use of anti-fungal medications does not prevent recurrence. To ensure complete and permanent relief a holistic approach is recommended, which looks far beyond just curing the symptoms. A Candida cleanse diet, use of probiotics, life-style changes all go into making the treatment of vaginal thrush successful.

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