Jul 082011
 

Yeast Infection Causes Spotting

Nystatin has been a proven cure for cutaneous, vaginal, mucousal and esophageal candidiasis. Yeast Infection Causes Spotting It is even prescribed in treating neonatal oral thrush of over one month in age. However, for younger babies, miconazole is the appropriate alternative medicine.

Nystatin attaches to ergosterol, which is a primary component of the cell membrane of the fungus, Candida albicans or any fungus for that matter. When, Nystatin is present in adequate amounts in the cell membrane of the fungus, it can form pores in the membrane causing the potassium ions to leak out of the cell thereby leading to the death of the fungus.

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Tablet or lozenge (pastilles): Nystatin tablet is usually gulped down with water, while lozenges are dissolved in the mouth instead of gulping it down or chewing it. It is much more effective that way in treating oral thrush. Then, continue to use Nystatin lozenges even if the symptoms of oral thrush have abated. Use Nystatin lozenges for an additional two days.

Liquid form: Nystatin bottle of liquid should be shook well before each use so that the medication is evenly distributed. For mouth infections, use it three to five times a day. So place half a dose of the liquid on each side of the mouth and swish and gargle it for a minute and swallow it. After, do not immediately drink water. Wait at least five minutes before doing so. For intestinal infections, consume medication three times a day and just swallow it directly without gargling or swishing.

Vaginal tablets and cream: Nystatin vaginal tablets and creams are commonly applied once or twice a day on the vaginal area. The tablets are almost always used for a span of two weeks for women who are not pregnant. While pregnant women are also able to use Nystatin for three to six weeks before giving birth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Could cuts on vaginal lips be from yeast infection?
    I have been getting cuts on the inside creases of my vaginal lips. They do not bleed but are bright red and very sore. I was experiencing a lot of discharge, itchiness and discomfort as well. I have been to my doctor and they have done and STD test and everything came back normal.

    I asked for a yeast infection treatment from my doctor and that cleared up the itchiness and discharge but the cuts keep coming and going.
    I have looked everywhere and seen two OB/GYN’s and they don’t seem to know what it could be.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, it’s probably a yeast infection. I know when I get one, and it’s itchy, the skin is already fragile and easy to tear. I ride horses, so it gets even worse. I usually have cuts on my labia as well. I rub Vaseline (the yellow, greasy stuff) over the cuts themselves, and if the itching still bothers me, then I get OTC itch stuff. These people have a lot of information on their website:

      http://www.vaginapagina.com/index.php?title=Yeast_Infection

  2. QUESTION:
    yeast infection under my lips?
    im a male, 15 years old, and i apprently have yeast infection around my chin and under my lips.
    i had this before, i went to the doctor and they said it was yeast infection caused by licking my lips often (i dont like my lips often), gave me a prescription and it went away. recently it seems to be coming back, ive been cleaning it so it cant be acne, any ideas what else it could be?

    its a darkest light red and it just covers under my lips and a little higher then my chin, and spreads to the side of my mouth

    • ANSWER:
      I experienced a similar sort of dermatitis a few times when I was a kid. I don’t know where you live, but mine was always aggravated by cold weather. Also, you may be licking your lips more often than you know and simply be unaware of it. See your doctor again if the prescription helped the first time. and if you didn’t be sure you take the entire prescription, (don’t stop taking it just because the symptoms go away) and considering asking your doctor about underlying causes. It may be related to hormonal imbalances caused by puberty or sexual activity.

  3. QUESTION:
    i have a bump on the inside on my vagina its about in the center of my lips, is this a yeast infection sign?
    I was shaving and I noticed this bump on the center of my vagina lips. It hurts when its touched in anyway. I belive its a yeast infection. I also have a kinda smelly discharge from time to time and lastly occationally its chunky. PLEASE helpp answering me

    • ANSWER:
      Alot of women have this problem.I was told that its a cist and that part of the female body is a large oil gland.You may need to have it lanced.Call your doctor.They are painful and stinky.If can get it opened soak in a tub of ebson salt water,when you get out rub some vasoline it until it comes to a head.After a few days youll be able to squeez it open.its just like a pimple.

  4. QUESTION:
    I have litlle bumps on my vagina on the outside my lips does this come from yeast infection?
    and like little splits on the lips of my vagina i want a pretty vagina is that unusal please help

    • ANSWER:
      No that’s not normal you should go see your doctor.

  5. QUESTION:
    When you have a yeast infection, is it common to have small, pimple-like sores on your vaginal lips?
    This past week I have been treating myself for a yeast infection. I recently found small, pimple-like sores around my vaginal lips. They haven’t worsened and only 1 is painful. The itching and discomfort of the infection has faded. What could these be? Is it normal to have sores during a yeast infection?

    • ANSWER:
      No, it’s not normal.. Go to the doctor immediately. It sounds like you might have a STD or something… Don’t freak out, but go to the doctor!


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