A fungal infection is caused by yeast-like fungi.
Fungi are always present and become only harmful if they evolve into an infection. They mainly grow in the skin, nails and hair. Fungi like a moist and a warm environment, as soon as the skin cannot breathe properly fungi can divide quickly and a fungal infection is then the consequence.
A fungal infection can be very hard to treat. The infection can disappear by itself and come back again. An infection can reappear in the body, sometimes years later. An anti-fungal treatment can ensure that the fungi disappear. If you regularly suffer from a fungal infection it can be useful to always have an anti-fungal treatment at hand. You can then immediately apply the treatment as soon as the infection flares up again.
Common fungal infections are:
- Vaginal fungal infection
- Skin infection
Cream or tablets against fungal infection.
A fungus is treated with an antimycotic drug (anti-fungal treatment). Antimycotics are available in several variations. You can order the treatments as a cream or a tablet. By applying the cream locally you can treat the fungus faster. Tablets treat a deep-seated fungus from the inside. If you suffer from a vaginal fungal infection, vaginal pessaries and creams are available.