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Yeast Infection Creams:
Scam or REAL Deal?

Candida, the type of yeast, which is the most common cause of infection, is a part of the normal flora of the human body. A compromised immune system due to infections like AIDS, cancer, stress, steroid or antibiotic treatment treatment, nutritional deficiency may result in yeast infection. Since Candida is a fungus, it thrives in moist, warm, and dark places such as the oral cavity, skin folds, and vagina. Most women experience yeast infection at least once in their lifetime and many have recurring yeast infections. Superficial yeast infections are best treated with creams. 
Yeast Infection Creams

Yeast infections, though not very serious, can be quite irritating and embarrassing due to the itching, burning and discharge. Oral antifungals are very toxic to the body, so it is generally recommended to try topical yeast infection creams. They are safe to use and pretty effective. But it is better to confirm a yeast infection by visiting your doctor before starting treatment with cream. It is also important to follow instructions faithfully for the cream to be effective. If there is no change within three days of starting the cream, inform your doctor. Though Candida albicans is the most common causative agent of yeast infections, not all yeast infections are caused by it. Other species like Candida glabrata and Candida tropicalis may also be involved. These are more resistant to treatment and may be required to be treated over a longer period. A recalcitrant yeast infection may also be a sign of AIDS or diabetes.

There are a variety of yeast infection creams available in the market.

 Creams containing clotrimazole (Lotrimin, Femizole-7). These are generally available over the counter and effective if applied along with 1% hydrocortisone cream. Some others require medical prescription. Other creams are those containing miconazole (Monistat-Derm), tioconazole (Vagistat).

2) Other yeast infection creams, such as ketoconazole (Nizoral), is available by prescription and is effective as well.

Vaginal creams and suppositories include butoconazole (Femstat), clotrimazole (Gyne-Lotrimin),terconazole (Terazol),

For paronychia, topical antifungal and topical corticosteroids are also used.

Placing a bit of petroleum jelly on top of the anti-yeast cream is helpful as well.

For diaper rashes in infants use of barrier creams is helpful in drying up the rash quickly.

Nystatin powder is antifungal as well as helpful in decreasing the moisture.

The affected area should be kept clean and dry. Antibiotic treatment should be discontinued during a yeast infection. Infection may recur if the treatment course is not completed, or if one partner with an active yeast infection is not treated.

Yeast infection creams, however, will just make the rash dry up but will not eradicate the yeast infection permanently. Yeast infections are very complex in their etiology and the root cause needs to be identified and resolved. For this, holistic treatment is advised. The holistic medicine practitioner will help identify the cause of the infection, get rid of it and prevent recurrence. This will help get rid of the yeast infection permanently and safely. 

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