Recurrent Vaginal Infections (Bacterial Vaginosis, Yeast, Resistant Yeast- Candida glabrata)

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Vaginal infections are often recurrent and become resistant, especially for those going through perimenopause and menopause.  Adjusting the vaginal pH with certain ingredients, along with antifungals or antibacterials can be very helpful. Resistant yeast, such as candida Glabrata requires something “beyond the standard”. Compounding pharmacists help clear things up!

  • Boric acid suppositories

  • Metronidazole/ Nystatin vaginal gel

  • Chlorhexidine vaginal gel

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