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Yeast Infection

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Candidiasis or thrush is a fungal infection (mycosis) of any of the Candida (genus) species (all yeasts), of which ''Candida...
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Diflucan 12,978 Monistat 12,025 Probiotic 5,346
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Monistat
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Vagisil
Other name: Monistat 1 (Monistat 1)
Other name: Vaginal Itch (Vaginal Itch)
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Miconazole is an imidazole antifungal agent, developed by Janssen Pharmaceutica, commonly applied topically to the skin or to mucus membranes to cure fungus infections. It works by inhibiting the synthesis of ergosterol, a critical component of fungal c...
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Resorcinol (or resorcin) is a dihydroxy benzene. It is the 1,3-isomer of benzenediol with the chemical formula C6H4(OH)2...
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Top Concerns
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Spotting
7
Diabetes
3
Dry Skin
2
Nausea
2
Depression
2
Vaginal Discharge
2
Bloating
2
Paranoia
2
Migraines
1
Vulvodynia
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Vaginal Discharge
2
Vulvodynia
2
Vaginal Irritation
2
Paranoia
1
Painful Sex
1
OA
1
Heavy Periods
1
Vaginal Burning
1
Nausea
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Blood Clots
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Miconazole is an imidazole antifungal agent, developed by Janssen Pharmaceutica, commonly applied topically to the skin or to mucus membranes to cure fungus infections. It works by inhibiting the synthesis of ergosterol, a critical component of fungal c...
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Resorcinol (or resorcin) is a dihydroxy benzene. It is the 1,3-isomer of benzenediol with the chemical formula C6H4(OH)2...
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few days after i used vagisil wipes to keep extra clean and...
" ...just itchy and pain but yogurt burned me plain yogurt i used monistat 7days it worjs good then a few days after i used vagisil wipes ... "

had used vagisil and didn't find it helping, so I suffered...
" ...and extra discharge. I had used vagisil and didn't find it helping, so I suffered ...for over 6 months before doing monistat 7 and in 1 week it was cleared up and no problems. I would treat th... "

vagisil wasn't working and my housh was on fire! As soon...
" ...Ladies. I did get a rash from the Amox. ...11:30 pm b/c the anti-itch from vagisil wasn't working and my housh was on fire! As soon as I used the monistat cream, I felt better and the next da... "

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right before or after, to numb the area a bit. That helps...
" ...can also use Monistat cream, but ...unhappy baby. I have used Monistat on dd, and it helps, but I normally put a bit of Vagisil on her right before or after, to numb the area a bit. That helps... "

Vagisil powder? That's what I use and it's AWESOME!! It...
" ...the city as well? Shelly~Are you able to use either the Monistat or Vagisil powder? That's what I use and it's AWESOME!! It absorbs all the moisture. Lacey~Hope you're able... "

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up, I ALWAYS use the Vagisil cream (or Monistat), & apply...
" ...it causes irritation/itchiness & sometimes, a yeast infection. After I wash up, I ALWAYS use the Vagisil cream (or Monistat), & apply it on my inner & outer labia. This helps prevent irritation... "

day monistat, it works better than vagisil. But I would not...
" ...the 7 day monistat, it works better than vagisil. But I would not recommend using the actual medicine until you consult with your doctor. If you do have a yeast infection, they will most likely... "

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monistat cream and Vagisil and mine went away after about 5...
" ...and used the exterior monistat cream and Vagisil and mine went away... "

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for the vagisil...it gave me unexpected relief for a day...
" ...irritation from the monistat and terazol. I do have vulvodynia now, but even before that I couldn't tolerate monistat or terazol. My ...out for the vagisil...it gave me unexpected relief for a... "

one of the vagisil pH tests which said I was normal and...
" ...had some redness, itching, burning, discharge ...to describe it. I took Monistat and got relief from it almost ...Or something else? I took one of the vagisil pH tests which said I was normal... "

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