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CareMD is a Telehealth platform that allows patients to consult with competent doctors from the convenience of their own homes. CareMD makes it far easier to receive prescription medications for common conditions like STDs, ear infections, allergies and many more.

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After your telehealth visit, your approved medication will be sent to your local pharmacy for pick up and you will be notified.



You can access your medical services at your own convenience. Securely view treatment plan and lab results.



You can access your medical services at your own convenience. Securely view treatment plan and lab results.

What is Vaginal Yeast Infection?

They itch and make people feel uneasy, and no one wants to talk about them. Women, on the other hand, are prone to vaginal yeast infections. It's believed that 75% of women will get a yeast infection at some point in their lives.

Yeast infections can affect anyone at any moment, but there are some factors that make them more prevalent. The majority of infections are simple to treat.

A healthy balance of bacteria and yeast exists in the vaginal canal. The hormone estrogen promotes the growth of lactobacilli bacteria. These bacteria keep you healthy by killing dangerous germs in the vaginal area. However, if something upsets the equilibrium, a fungus called candida can overgrow and produce a yeast infection.

Causes of Vaginal Yeast Infection

You can have a yeast infection for a variety of causes, including:

  • Hormones: Changes during pregnancy, breast-feeding or menopause (or if you’re taking birth control pills) can change the balance in your vagina.
  • Diabetes: If your diabetes isn't well-controlled, an increase in sugar in your vaginal mucous membranes (wet linings) might provide a breeding ground for yeast.
  • Antibiotics: Antibiotics can kill a lot of the healthy bacteria in your vaginal area.
  • The use of vaginal douches and vaginal sprays can alter the balance in your vagina.
  • A weakened immune system: If you are HIV-positive or have another immune system issue, the yeast may spread uncontrollably..
  • Despite the fact that a yeast infection is not a sexually transmitted infection, it can be carried from one person to another through sexual contact.
Yeast Infection

Signs and Symptoms of Vaginal Yeast Infection

  • Burning, redness, and swelling of the vagina and the vulva (the outer part of the female genitals)
  • Pain or burning when you pee
  • Pain during sex
  • A thick, white, odorless discharge, similar to cottage cheese


Treatment for yeast Infection has become so versatile. You decide in conjunction with the online virtual doctor what works best for you: cream or pill

Recommended treatment for vaginal yeast Infection

  • Fluconazole tablet (diflucan) single dose,

The recommended treatment of severe symptoms, two to three doses every 72 hours

  • Clotrimazole
  • Miconazole
  • Terconazole for 7- 14 days for patients who prefer topical therapy.

Prescriptions written by licensed medical professionals in the United States.

We give the necessary online consultation to obtain a prescription from a local pharmacy. Simply schedule an appointment with one of our licensed medical providers and have your prescription for yeast Infection treatment sent to the pharmacy of your choice. Let the doctor know about your symptoms at the consultation and get treated right away.


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