Do you treat your partner (husband / boyfriend) when you yourself have thrush?
She caught a thrush, was at the doctor, she prescribed a treatment and was told to treat her husband. But I don’t know how he will react to this, he doesn’t even have any signs. And you treat your?
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Answered on August 1, 2016 11:59
Thrush is considered a contagious disease, and even if the symptoms are not clearly manifested in one of the partners (and can be both in women and men), it can be its carrier. To get rid of thrush, in a constant pair both must be treated.
Answered on August 1, 2016 12:23
Signs may not be, and the spouse can carry the fungus. You will be cured, and he will infect you with a new one. That's why I had chronic thrush, almost every month relapses. After she was treated with her husband (both were treated with Kandinorm), as her grandmother whispered - in almost 2 years there was not a single relapse.The husband reacted normally, you need it means you need it.
I, too, the gynecologist always says that I need to treat my husband too, only she prescribed pills for me, my husband has some kind of intolerance or allergies, in general there were backs, so they canceled and I am treated alone.
Answered on August 1, 2016 16:07, to Anne Boka |
So, do not you try with pills, but just like we use a local preparation (Kandinorm is a gel, externally to the husband on the penis for the night, and in the morning and in the evening in the shower with an intimate gel wash off everything). I myself do not like tablets, because after them the microflora needs to be restored, and they are not fully cured until the end, because (according to my gini) they cannot penetrate the protective membrane of the fungus, therefore the fungus only falls into the “hibernation”, there are comfortable for it conditions and he again "blooms".