Possible Treatment Options for Recurrent Yeast Vaginal Yeast Infections

@article{Wong2016PossibleTO,
  title={Possible Treatment Options for Recurrent Yeast Vaginal Yeast Infections},
  author={M. Wong},
  journal={Pharmacy \& Pharmacology International Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={3}
}
  • M. Wong
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacy & Pharmacology International Journal
In addition there is also some controversy over when to start treatment. In a prospective randomized, open, crossover study, it was found women preferred and found it more cost effective to empirically self treat at onset of symptoms rather than using monthly prophylaxis despite the fact that the prophylactic regimen had less recurrent cases of vaginitis. This article will examine the some current available options and compare their risks and benefits. 
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