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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

6 Yeast Infection Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Vaginal infections are important health problems that many women face at some stage of their life, sometimes extremely simple and sometimes can cause serious problems. Here, in light of the information received from the General Directorate of Public Health, candidiasis or other statements about yeast infection in the vagina in the curious details...

Definition: vaginal fungus is an infection caused by “candida” type microorganisms in the vagina. “Vaginal yeast infection, vaginal fungus, Candida infection” is popularly known as “vaginal mycosis, vaginal mycosis, mycotic vaginitis, vaginal candida infection, vaginal candidasis (vaginal candidiasis)” in medical terminology.

The most common symptom of vaginal yeast infection is vaginal discharge. Vaginal discharge is a typical feature of milk, such as the cream part of the milk, or the appearance of a cheesy (cheese cut). Vaginal itching and vaginal burning may also occur in combination with vaginal discharge. In some cases, symptoms such as burning in the genital area, burning while urinating (disuria) can be seen.  Rarely, genital areas suddenly appear with swelling (edema) may cause anxiety in people who show themselves. Vaginal yeast infection in some of the patients during the relationship is also burning and feeling pity.  Vaginal candida infection does not have a vaginal odor problem. If you have a vaginal discharge, or if you have a vaginal odor during intercourse, the presence of another vaginal infection is also considered. In particular bacterial vaginosis and Trichomonas infections, the smell problem also occurs in the vagina. Persistent vaginal Candida infections also cause psychological problems in people over time.

What should be done to diagnose: the diagnosis of Candida infections in the vagina is quite simple. During a routine gynecological examination, plaques on the vagina wall that look like Lime (the consistency of cheese) indicate fungal infection. Although it can be easily diagnosed with a person's complaints and gynaecological evaluation, in some cases it may not be sure about the diagnosis. In these cases, potassium hydroxyl drips onto the glass from inside the vagina and examination is done under a microscope. The diagnosis is made clear by the sight of typical “pseudohyphs”attached to the fungus in microscopic examination. Vaginal yeast infections do not matter vaginal culture tests.

What should be done to treat vaginal yeast infections: both oral (systemic) and vaginal (locally effective) drugs are used in the treatment of vaginal yeast infections. Drugs used to treat fungal infections are called “antimicotic drugs (antimicotics, antifungal drugs).” Antimicotic drugs taken orally (orally) first pass into the blood and then enter the vaginal tissue and destroy the fungal cells. In order to better effect oral drugs, it is useful to support vaginal drugs. Vaginal yeast infections may be caused by a yeast infection. If there is irritation in the external genital area, antimicotic skin creams may also be added to the treatment.

Never wash the inside of the vagina with water or soap
Wash the outer surface of the vagina with soap and not only water (otherwise the acid mantle in the skin deteriorates)
Use condoms as much as possible in sexual relationships
Avoid unhygienic toilets and swimming pools
If you experience vaginal dryness during intercourse, it is best to use water-based vaginal lubricant (lubrikan).
Go to the gynaecological examinations regularly (every six months) (vaginal discharge can be detected and treated without any findings in gynecological examinations).