If you are struggling with a yeast infection, you’re not alone. About 75% of women develop at least one vaginal yeast infection during their lives, and almost half have two or more. This infection is also easily prevented and treated, but if you find you have more than four a year, you may want to contact your doctor.
Yeast Infection News
A well-known antifungal drug used for vaginal yeast infections may be linked to a slightly increased risk of miscarriage.
Scientists have identified two genetic mutations that help account for the presence of recurring yeast infections in certain women.
Women who are prone to the common vaginal infection, bacterial vaginosis, are less likely to have a recurrence if they take hormonal contraception, whether it be birth control pills or Depo-Provera injections, new research suggests.
A drug used to help prevent recurring breast cancer appears to hold promise as a treatment for deadly fungal infections, new research has found.
A new survey finds that 70 percent of American women have experienced a sexual health issue, and 22 percent felt very or extremely concerned about it.