Vaginal discharge? Find out what normal discharge looks like as well as potential infections and other problems.
When you have a yeast infection, you want to get rid of it as fast as humanly possible. An Ob/Gyn discusses the do’s and don’ts for dealing with a yeast infection.
You shouldn’t assume that itching is automatically a yeast infection. Our Ob/Gyn explains six other possible causes.
Thanks to bath bombs — available in every hue and scent — your kiddo (OK, you too) wants to spend every waking moment in the tub. But are bath bombs safe for your skin?
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Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Ob/Gyn Oluwatosin Goje, MD, answers this one about yeast infections and sex.
Should you take a probiotic? Our expert explains the pros and cons.
If you’ve ever experienced dry mouth — even for a short while — you know it can be very uncomfortable. A number of things can cause this problem, but certain medications, infections, dehydration, as well as cancer treatments are the most common causes. Some medications, radiation and chemotherapy can actually damage the salivary glands, leaving … Read More
My patients and other pregnant women with yeast infections have been wary of taking the anti-fungal medicine fluconazole (brand name Diflucan®). The concern stems from a 2011 FDA report that it may cause birth defects in high doses if taken during the first trimester of pregnancy. However, if you’re pregnant or a new mom, and … Read More
When you suffer from vaginal itching, you want relief fast. Many women assume they have a yeast infection and self-treat with over-the-counter medications. But with so many options at your local drug store, how do you pick the right one? And what if yeast isn’t causing your symptoms?