- Basic facts about yeast infections
- Yeast infection symptoms
- Common causes
- When to see a doctor
- How a pharmacist can help
Yeast infections from a to z
How a pharmacist can help
You may feel a bit uncomfortable talking about yeast infections with somebody else, but just remember that your pharmacist has seen numerous women with VYIs in his or her career, and will see many more. Trust them to be straightforward and professional, giving you the advice you need while keeping your information confidential.
Pharmacists can advise you on the benefits of treatment formats (creams, tablets or ovules) as well as days of therapy (1, 3, or 6 days). They can explain the difference between combi and non-combi packs and counsel you on how to select the best treatment for you.
Canesten® is the #1 pharmacist-recommended VYI treatment on the market.* Ask your pharmacist if Canesten® is right for you!*2010/2011 survey on OTC counseling and recommendations -- DrugStore Canada, L'actualité pharmaceutique, The Medical Post and L'actualité médicale. (Based on a survey of 1,348 pharmacists, 668 respondents of VYI, margin of error +/-2.2%, 18/20).