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How are vaginal yeast infections treated at home?

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Vaginal yeast infections

  • Most women can treat vaginal yeast infections at home with nonprescription vaginal creams or suppositories.
  • A single dose of fluconazole (Diflucan) tablet also cures most vaginal yeast infections. Fluconazole requires a prescription from your physician.

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