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Yeast infection

Yeast infection is a type of fungal infections.

  • Can I talk to a doctor on about yeast infection?


Yes, provides virtual care services for yeast infection. A doctor will take a comprehensive history and may provide you with prescriptions. Depending on the severity of symptoms further recommendations will be provided. If a patient is suffering from a severe yeast infection the doctor will direct him/her to clinic treatment.


  • What is a yeast infection?


Yeast infection is a type of fungal infection[1]. Common sites of yeast infection include: web spaces of the foot, penis, naval folds, nail beds and vagina[2][3]. Infants, adults on chemotherapy and immunocompromised patients with Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus infections and diabetes mellitus are more prone to develop yeast infections[4, 5].


  • What are the symptoms of yeast infection?


Yeast infection can be presented with rashes and skin breakdown, itching, burning sensation and scaling[6]. Yeast infection in the esophagus which is known as esophageal thrush, causes difficulty in swallowing and soreness in the GI tract. Antibiotic therapy causes the overgrowth of yeast fungus as it also destroys the natural flora of the body[7]. A doctor will be able to diagnose yeast infections at the clinic by identifying characteristic symptoms[8, 9].


  • How is yeast infection treated?


A doctor decides on treatment after taking a comprehensive history of the patient[10]. Prescriptions for antifungal medicines, medicated mouth wash, intravenous and oral anti-yeast medications for esophageal infections and anti-yeast powders may be provided at the clinic[11-13].


  • How can an online doctor on treat yeast infections?


Online doctors on treat yeast infections through virtual care services. An appointment can be easily made with an online doctor. Yeast infection can be treated via virtual care methods[8, 11, 12, 14-19]. But a doctor should be cautious, as yeast infections may be an indication of a immunocompromised state. An online doctor will take a comprehensive history of your signs and symptoms and provide you with prescriptions. Prescriptions can be obtained by online doctors. Virtual care services provided by assure comfort, convenience and a higher level of care for the patient.



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