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Thrush is a fungal infection that commonly affects the vagina but can also affect the penis or mouth.
If you’re feeling itchy and irritated and have noticed a change in your vaginal discharge you may be dealing with thrush.
Luckily, our range of thrush treatments from top brands like Canesten will have you feeling better in just a few days.
Thrush treatment for women can include creams, tablets, and pessaries, which help to treat your infection from the inside out.
Antifungal creams can be used inside and around the entrance of the vagina and pessaries are inserted into the vagina, offering fast relief from your symptoms.
Thrush tablets are used alone or alongside these for a two-pronged approach to treatment.
Thrush treatment for men also includes thrush tablets and creams that are used on the penis to relieve itching and irritation.
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Do I have thrush or BV (bacterial vaginosis)?
If you’re not sure whether you have BV or thrush just from looking at lists of symptoms there are a couple of other things you can consider.
If you’re feeling sore, itchy, or experience a burning sensation, you probably have thrush rather than BV.
BV doesn’t typically cause any pain or irritation, whereas thrush is particularly noticeable because of those irritating symptoms.
If your vaginal discharge is greyish or watery you’re probably dealing with BV, but if it’s white and looks a bit like cottage cheese you’re dealing with thrush.
If you’re noticing a strong fishy smell, then you probably have BV, as thrush rarely causes a strong smell.
No matter what you’re dealing with, get yourself to a doctor for a formal diagnosis so you know that you’re getting the right treatment for your infection.
What are the symptoms of thrush?
Thrush is a common yeast infection that can affect both men and women.
It can be an uncomfortable or embarrassing issue, but it isn’t caused by poor hygiene and it’s not sexually transmitted. The symptoms of vaginal thrush include:
- White vaginal discharge that may resemble a ‘cottage cheese’ texture. This is usually odourless.
- Itching and irritation around the vagina
- Vaginal pain during sex
- A stinging sensation when urinating
There are a lot of different types of vaginal infection and it may be confusing to try and figure out if you’ve got thrush or not.
If you’re unsure, see your GP or visit a sexual health clinic for advice.
Vaginal infections are nothing to be embarrassed about and they can be cleared up quickly and effectively with the right treatment.
What is fluconazole thrush treatment?
Fluconazole is one of the most common treatments given for vaginal thrush and thrush that affects the penis, which are both caused by fungi called Candida.
Not only can a single treatment of fluconazole treat your thrush effectively, but it can be used by couples who pass the infection to each other when they have sex.
If you and your partner have picked up thrush and can’t seem to get rid of it, this could be the answer to finally shaking that annoying infection.
What causes vaginal thrush?
Yeast infections aren’t a sign of bad hygiene, and women are more likely to develop thrush if they’re pregnant, sexually active, taking antibiotics, have a weakened immune system or poorly managed diabetes.
The symptoms of vaginal thrush include itching and soreness in the vagina, discharge which is usually odourless but may resemble cottage cheese, and pain during sex or urination.