By: Elena Grace Flores
When there’s an excessive growth of naturally existing fungus in the vagina or its mouth then there’s yeast infection. Remedies for vaginal yeast infections are in the form of tablets and creams that are inserted into the vagina – and not taken orally so, prescription is not needed.
Creams are also available for the outside of the vagina to soothe external burning and irritation. The length of yeast infection treatments can vary from one to seven days. The choice of over-the-counter product depends on your preference for cream or tablets, the length of the treatment (one, three or seven days) and cost. Click here to see direct source: http://www.drugstore.com/over-the-counter-treatments-for-yeast-infections/qxc295153
According to drugstore.com; Examples of these products include clotrimazole (brand name Gyne-Lotrimin®) and miconazole (brand name Monistat®). Contact your physician if your symptoms don’t improve after your over-the-counter treatmentâ€”this may be a sign that you have a medical problem other than a yeast infection.