Vaginal Thrush can be effectively and quickly cured. It can be treated through anti fungal antibiotics and creams or through natural therapies.
Some of the more common vaginal thrush drugs include Diflucan, Miconazole, Clotrimazole and Ketoconale. While effective in curing vaginal thrush beware of their potential side effects. The most common side effects are fever, chills, vomiting, diarrhoea, dizziness, skin rashes and itching and in some even seizures. Many can not be taken if pregnant or breastfeeding so it is important that you seek medical advice before taking any of these drugs.
Thrush can also be cured through natural therapies. Amongst some of the well known remedies include: apple cider vinegar, lactobacillus (acidophilus) capsules or yogurt, garlic and tea tree oil along with the correct diet while treating the infection.
Unfortunately vaginal thrush is a recurrent infection. Many women experience a number of yeast infections during the year especially those with a weak immune system. Anti-fungal drugs while effective at curing thrush, the yeast infection becomes resistant to these drugs and in the end they become obsolete. Natural remedies include ingredients that are both antibiotic and anti-fungal and helps kills the root cause of the infection along with providing instant pain relief to a vaginal thrush. Many of these remedies are inexpensive and effective and seem to help control candida infections.
Thrush Infections can be cured within days of handling treatment. For an effective treatment it is helpful if you stay off alcohol, sugar and other yeast loving foods such as yeast breads, biscuits and coffee at least until your symptoms disappear. Then slowly introduce these back in your diet.