Meet Holly. A busy solopreneur, she’s happy to be bouncing back from a nasty respiratory infection. As her antibiotic course is coming to an end, she notices disturbing changes to her body. She does a quick search online and learns that she probably has a vaginal yeast infection. The antibiotics did it.
Maybe you just finished a course of antibiotics. Perhaps you have a new partner. Maybe you’re just one of the millions of women who are more prone to yeast infections than others. Either way, things are out of balance, and it’s a problem. If you’re experiencing vaginal itching, discomfort, and atypical discharge, you could have a yeast infection. Most women have them from time to time, and they are usually very treatable.