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Women's Health Yeast-Gard Advanced™ Suppositories -- 10 Suppositories

Women's Health Yeast-Gard Advanced™ Suppositories
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Women's Health Yeast-Gard Advanced™ Suppositories Description

  • Homeopathic Formula
  • In a Base of Lactic Acid Bacillus Cultures
  • Naturally Treats & Prevents Symptoms of Vaginal Yeast Infections
  • Use Regularly to Help Prevent Future Occurrences
  • Helps Relieve Burning, Itching and Irritation

Naturally works with the body's immune system. Promotes overall vaginal health and balanced vaginal flora.  Helps maintain a balanced vaginal environment. For most rapid relief of symptoms, use in combination with Yeast-Gard Homeopathic Gel Treatment. To help prevent future occurrences, take Yeast-Gard Advanced™ Capsules daily.


Remove one suppository from the foil wrap and place in the applicator.  Insert suppository into the vagina with the applicator.  Remove applicator and cleanse thoroughly.  Use one suppository daily for seven days.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active Ingredients: candida albicans 28X HPUS, candida parapsilosis 28X HPUS, pulsatilla 28X HPUS. The letters "HPUS" indicate that the components in this product are officially monographed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States. Inactive Ingredients: bacillus coagulans, polyethylene glycols.

Use only as directed - For vaginal use only.

Stop Use and Ask a Doctor If:

  • Symptoms persist for more than 7 days.
  • You have pain or tenderness in the lower part of the abdomen and pelvis.
  • You have vaginal discharge or bleeding, chills, nausea, or fever.
  • You or your sexual partner have sores or ulcers.
  • You have an STD (sexually transmitted disease) or PID (pelvic inflammatory disease).
  • Your vaginal discharge is an unusual amount, color or odor.
  • You have frequent and painful urination.
  • If use results in pain, soreness, swelling, redness, itching, excessive dryness or irritation.

      If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use.  If swallowed get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.



      Suppositories are not a contraceptive and should not be used to prevent pregnancy.


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      What Causes Vaginal Odor? 6 Common Reasons, and When to See a Doctor

      [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Any healthy vagina will have a slight scent. But if you’re noticing a funky or potent odor, especially through your clothing, it may be a good idea to check in with your healthcare provider. A noticeably “off” scent could indicate that there’s a problem. And not addressing it can lead to discomfort, pain or – worse – bigger health issues. We talked to a board-certified gynecologist to clarify what’s normal, and what’s potentially not. Keep reading to learn more.

      Leg and Lap View of Five Women Sitting in Chairs to Represent Concept of Vaginal Odor

      Vaginal odor: What’s healthy?

      According to Dr. Kimberly Shaw, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist at Warner’s Women’s Healthcare in Madera, Calif., vaginal odor will vary from person to person. “The natural scent of a healthy vagina is typically described as slightly musky or tangy,” Shaw says.  “Some women may have a naturally sweet-smelling vagina, while others may have a more earthy aroma. The strength of vaginal odor can vary depending on a woman's individual body chemistry, menstrual cycle and hygiene habits.” If you notice a strong (but not typical) odor, Shaw advises tweaking your hygiene routine to see if it helps. This includes washing the external genital area with warm water and mild soap, wearing breathable cotton underwear and avoiding tight-fitting clothing.

      What causes vaginal odor?

      Strong vaginal odor can occur for a number of reasons – some of which are considered ‘normal’ or expected, and others that may be cause for concern. Here are six potential causes, along with what to do if you detect an issue.

      1. Exercise or sweating

      It’s not uncommon for odor to be noticeable post-workout. “Exercise and sweating can cause vaginal odor due to the accumulation of sweat and bacteria in the genital area,” Shaw says. It may be different from your natural odor, but it generally isn’t cause for alarm. The solution? Just like ridding yourself of body or under-arm odor after exercise, simply take shower to address the issue. Be sure to use warm water and a mild soap, or try a product such as Lola Cleansing Wash which is formulated to support pH balance, reduce odor-causing bacteria and moisturize.

      2. Sexual activity

      Blissful as it may be, sex sometimes results in not-so-pleasant odor afterwards. “Sex can alter vaginal pH levels and cause temporary changes in vaginal odor,” Shaw says. Again, follow basic hygiene practices, like washing with warm water and mild soap, and you should be good to go. If, however, you notice an unpleasant “fishy” odor, it may indicate that you have an infection, also known as bacterial vaginosis (BV), which requires antibiotic treatment. To avoid infections, Shaw says that using a gentle, pH-balancing wipe immediately after sex is helpful. “If you use pH balancing wipes, such as PureTouch Feminine Wipes, you’ll reduce vaginal odor by restoring the natural pH balance of the genital area.” Note that excessive use of personal wipes isn’t recommended, as it can disrupt your natural pH balance and lead to other issues. Occasional use after sex (or exercise) is OK. Taking probiotics regularly also may help with pH balance and maintaining a healthy vaginal microbiome. “Probiotics can help keep vaginal odor in check by promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria in the genital area, which can help maintain a healthy pH balance and prevent the overgrowth of harmful bacteria,” Shaw says. Look for products such as Olly Happy Hoo Ha, which contains specific probiotic strains to support vaginal wellness.

      3. Menstruation

      When that time of the month rolls around, you may notice stronger or different odors, possibly with metallic overtones resulting from the presence of blood. “Menstruation can cause changes in vaginal odor due to hormonal fluctuations and blood accumulation in the vaginal canal,” Shaw says. Using feminine hygiene products with odor protection can help reduce unpleasant scents. If you detect a noticeably strong, foul odor, be sure you haven’t forgotten to remove a tampon. A stuck tampon or tampon shedding can lead to serious health issues that require medical attention.

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      Some foods are known to increase body odors – including vaginal odor. “Garlic and onions, and spicy foods, can cause vaginal odor due to their aromatic compounds being excreted through sweat and vaginal secretions,” Shaw says. While you don’t need avoid these foods (especially considering their health benefits!), limit your consumption if vaginal odor becomes an issue for you. Good personal hygiene always helps, as previously noted.

      5. Sexually transmitted diseases/infections

      Sexually transmitted diseases or infections, BV and yeast infections all can cause vaginal odor due to the overgrowth of harmful bacteria. The odor associated with these conditions will differ from a woman's natural scent and is often accompanied by other symptoms, such as itching, pain or discharge. If you notice other symptoms, and showering doesn’t help, make an appointment with your healthcare provider. Treatment involves antibiotics or antifungal medications that need to be prescribed by a professional.

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