Question: I have yeast infection. Vagina me Kafi itching hoti h. Suggest any ointment please
Answer: You can safely treat a yeast infection during pregnancy with various over-the-counter antifungal vaginal creams or suppositories. However, it's best to confirm with your health care provider that your symptoms are actually due to a yeast infection before starting treatment.
YOGURT. Since yeast infections are caused by "bad bacteria" running rampant, introducing good bacteria can help you win the microscopic war happening in your nether regions. And that's where yogurt comes in.
Yogurt contains Lactobacillus acidophilus, a bacterium that happens to be found in healthy vaginas. While some women treat their YIs by consuming a ton of yogurt, the faster and more direct approach requires shoving the good stuff right up there.
There are a few ways to do this. The easiest way is to apply a bit of yogurt on the tip of a tampon and insert. Others use a syringe (sans needle, of course) or condiment bottle to squeeze the yogurt into the vagina. For pregnant moms who want a cooling treat, make frozen yogurt popsicles by filling the fingers of disposable gloves.
When the yogurt has hardened, pop out the yogurt stick, and insert into the vagina. Many women prefer the frozen pops because they help relieve swollen, irritated labia as well. If you try treating your yeast infection with yogurt, make sure to use plain, unsweetened yogurt.Flavored yogurt will introduce additional sugar into your vagina, which will only increase yeast.
GARLIC. Aside from being dee-licious, the medicinal properties of garlic have been revered for ages. When used to treat a yeast infection, garlic's natural antifungal properties actually kill off yeast.
While you can eat garlic bread morning, day and night, there's a more expedient way to help treat your infection. I think you know what I'm getting at with garlic for yeast infection while pregnant. If the infection is mild, many natural Mamas advise inserting a fresh clove of garlic into the vagina every 4-8 hours until symptoms subside.
The first thing you want to do is peel the clove. Many warn against nicking the skin, since its juices can sting inside the vagina. However, every woman's business down there is different, and some have reported no stinging at all.
Experiment with different "doses" to see how your body reacts. For a stronger treatment, pierce the clove with a fingernail several times. If the stinging isn't too bad, try slicing the clove in half. While the garlic clove can't get lost inside you, removing it may involve a few moments of panic and some acrobatic maneuvers. That's why many women tie a string around the clove for easy, quick removal.
Question: Mujhe toilet jane me bahut problm hoti h . Sometime jalan bhi hoti h .mai kya karun
Answer: UTI's are more common during pregnancy because of changes in theurinary tract. The uterus sits directly on top of the bladder. As the uterus grows, its increased weight can block the drainage of urine from the bladder, causing an infection. Don't ignore it and consult it with doctor.