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Topical vaginal yeast infection treatments…

Wipe the vaginal area with garlic oil or tea tree oil several times a
day.
• Alternatively or additionally, put a few drops of either oil on a
tampon, and insert it into the vagina for 20 minutes at a time
twice a day. You could also do the same and leave it in-situ
overnight.
• Either insert a complete clove of garlic into the vagina, or put a
couple of cloves into a soft muslin bag, and insert that instead.
Leave for 20 to 30 minutes as necessary.
• Crush a clove of garlic and use the resulting paste to spread
around the outside of the vagina. This may sting a little, but
unless there is a serious burning sensation, all that is happening
is the natural antifungal qualities of the garlic doing their job, so
it’s okay!
• Try running a warm bath, and adding a cup full of Apple cider
vinegar to the water before soaking in it for 20 to 30 minutes.
• Buy organic yoghurt with active live cultures, and insert some into
the vagina three times a day. You can also use this yoghurt as a
‘lotion’ that you can rub on the outside to bring immediate relief.
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  Efecureyeast on 2011-05-03
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