A yeast infection is quite difficult to get rid of and can be one of the most painful things imaginable if located in the right spot. There are many different remedies to rid a person of this malady, but which ones really work? Choosing the right homemade yeast cure greatly depends on where it is located.
The yeast infection is not only an issue for women although that is what most people commonly think of. While the vaginal cavity is the predominant location for these infections, other parts of the body, for both the male and female can be afflicted. Anywhere on the body that creates the right conditions can be affected by this, as all it needs to grow is a warm, moist area.
These infections may also be found in toenails, around the anus, the crotch area for men, the glands of the penis, under breasts, under fat rolls and even in the belly button. The location will determine which remedy should be tried, along with advice form a doctor as to whether a home remedy may work or if a prescription will be necessary. If the doctor agrees that prescriptions can be avoided, there are some topical methods that may be tried in lieu of those.
As the vaginal cavity is the biggest offender when it comes to this type of infection, a remedy that is recommended consists of yogurt and vinegar. The vinegar used should be apple cider vinegar and the yogurt should be plain only with no sugar added. Sugar will only feed the infection and help make it grow rather than remove it.
A tampon soaked for at least one hour in the yogurt should be inserted into the vagina overnight over the course of three to four nights to help remove the infection. A douche made of the vinegar and water will help to provide the same effect but the two remedies should not be used simultaneously. A homemade yeast cure can mean the difference between fixing the problem naturally and repeated visits to the drug store for expensive prescriptions.
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