How To Get Rid Of Thrush Fast!

Yeastrol GraphicVaginal thrush affects many women every day. Some 75% of women will suffer from a thrush infection at some stage throughout their lifetime. Sometimes the symptoms can be very mild or not even noticeable, whereas other times symptoms can be so severe they are debilitating. Men can be afflicted with genital thrush as well after having unprotected sex with a woman suffering from the condition. In this article we’ll not only look at how to get rid of thrush, but also some tips to prevent an outbreak to begin with.


What Is Thrush?

First, let’s establish that vaginal thrush is neither a disease nor an STI. It is simply an overgrowth of the naturally-occurring yeast, Candida Albicans. This yeast is naturally present in the bowel and the vagina, and doesn’t present a problem when levels are normal. Although uncomfortable, most times thrush is harmless. It really only presents a problem when symptoms are severe, or when suffering from regular infections.


What Causes Thrush?

As stated above thrush symptoms occur when the naturally-occurring yeast, Candid Albicans, grows out of control and multiplies. There are many things that can lead to an outbreak of thrush. Generally, friendly vaginal bacteria and regular vaginal secretions keep the Candida yeast under control and at normal levels. Because of this, many women suffer a thrush infection following a course of antibiotics. The antibiotics kill off the healthy bacteria present in the vagina, creating an imbalance that gives the yeast free reign to proliferate.

Thrush can also be brought on by having sex. This can be the case if you struggle to relax and perhaps are suffering some vaginal dryness. Hormone changes is another possible cause of infection; especially during pregnancy or when approaching a menstrual cycle.

Emotional and physical stress can also lead to outbreaks of thrush, as too can medical conditions such as diabetes.



Following is a list of symptoms indicating an infection of Candida:

  • Splitting in the vaginal skin
  • A viscous white discharge
  • Redness and swelling
  • An offensive odour from the vagina
  • Itching and burning
  • Discomfort when having sex
  • Stinging sensation when urinating


Ways To Avoid Getting Thrush

It’s often difficult to determine exactly what’s caused an outbreak of Candida, but here is a list of tips to help you avoid getting thrush:

  1. BeerThe first obvious one is to lower your yeast intake; flowery foods, bread, sugars, pastries and beer (as it’s laden with yeast).
  2. Use a lubricant during sex if suffering from vaginal dryness.
  3. Take probiotics following a course of antibiotics.
  4. Eat yogurt containing the lactobacillus acidophilus strain, as this good bacteria helps to restore the body’s natural balance and deter an outbreak of yeast infections.
  5. Garlic is also a known anti-fungal treatment, so eat some garlic or take garlic capsules twice per day.
  6. As thrush can thrive in a warm, moist environment, wear cotton underwear instead of underwear made from synthetic materials.
  7. Avoid tight-fitting clothing.
  8. Wash and dry intimate areas after exercise to lower the risk of a yeast overgrowth.
  9. Use a panty liner to absorb excess moisture throughout the day.
  10. Some oral contraceptives can lead to a thrush infection, so see your doctor if you think your contraceptive pill could be the cause and switch to a new brand.
  11. Always wipe from front to back after using the toilet to help prevent the spread of yeast from the anus to the vagina.
  12. Sugar feeds yeast. Maintain a diet low in processed sugars and simple sugars. Keep alcohol consumption to a minimum as most forms of alcohol have an extremely high sugar content.
  13. Sometimes yeast can build up in the liver to a point where the liver cannot process it and filter it out of the body efficiently, so it’s a good idea to do a liver detox occasionally.
  14. During a menstrual cycle, change tampons and napkins regularly.
  15. Avoid using soap to wash the vagina; especially the perfumed kind. Instead, use a feminine wash designed to look after your intimate areas.


Treatment For An Outbreak Of Thrush

There are a number of medications on the market to treat thrush and its symptoms, from topical creams to prescription-only oral pills. There are also pessaries that can be inserted into the vagina to kill off the yeast. Treatment with creams and pessaries can be anywhere from a day up to 2 weeks. In severe cases treatment may continue for some months. The oral medication is often just a one-off pill, though quite an expensive one.

There are also some natural remedies for treating thrush as well. Applying tea tree oil to the affected area has been known to alleviate symptoms. Bathing the area with an acidophilus powder mixed with water is another alternative. Acidophilus powder can be purchased from your pharmacy. Although perhaps a little on the smelly side, applying acidophilus yogurt to the genitals can also help to relieve symptoms. Adding white vinegar to the bath can restore your vagina’s natural PH balance, which also kills off yeast infections and helps prevent further occurrences.



Yeastrol is a fantastic new formulation that has been designed to control the levels of yeast present in the entire body, including the vagina. It can be used by both women and men in the fight against Candida overgrowth and outbreaks. It is made from 12 natural ingredients and is designed to control and prevent the symptoms of yeast outbreaks from the inside out. Here’s what Yeastrol can do for you by improving and preventing the following issues:

  • Treat candida issues such as thrush
  • Reduce abdominal pain and bloating
  • Cure genital discharge
  • Reduce genital itching and rashes
  • Relieve skin rashes and eczema
  • Burning during urination
  • Increased energy levels
  • Alleviate digestive disorders
  • Prevent mouth ulcers

Yeastrol is an oral supplement that is extremely easy to administer. It is simply sprayed under the tongue and absorbed into the bloodstream through the membranes beneath the tongue. Spray 2 sprays, 3 times a day to take care of your yeast problems forever. Click the image below to learn more about this amazing revolutionary product.







  1. Michael BakerMichael Baker
    November 3, 2015    

    Very engaging, very informative website and appealing looking site. I am not sure about the menu bar, looks great when scrolling over the home page, but when looking at selections the options move around and it got confusing to see or find what I wanted to click on. I would also consider getting a logo created for Forever Young Ideas, I think that it would bring it all to life better in my humble opinion, but just using font doesn’t seem to bring it to life. Apart from all that, great content, lots of interesting information and no doubt an appealing engaging site for the user.


    • November 3, 2015    

      Thanks for stopping by, Michael, and thanks for the tips.

  2. November 9, 2015    

    Hi Darren!
    Your site is good. This thrush thing is very common, especially after antibiotics. Applying natural yoghurt did not help, but eating it did!
    Canesten brand of clotrimazole cream is the only thing I can buy at the pharmacy. Probiotics come in pills. If you are in America, maybe there they sell powder forms, not sure.


    • November 9, 2015    

      Hi Daniella and thanks for reading. Yes, antibiotics are one of the most common causes of thrush. Tight-fitting, synthetic materials is another common cause, apparently.

      I live in Australia, so don’t know about the powder forms of probiotics in America. They might sell it in powder form here, but usually in capsules that have to be kept refrigerated.

  3. DominicDominic
    December 12, 2015    

    Hi Darren, great information about vaginal thrush you have here. I never heard of the term “vaginal thrush” before but yes, I read somewhere before that the yeast Candida Albicans can cause problem in the vaginal area if not control or taken care of properly. But that was just a very brief description about how Candida Albicans can affect the vaginal area if not taken care of well.
    Your post over here is very comprehensive and complete. This is a great thing because I get to learn more in depth about this condition that is called vaginal thrush. Maybe I should share this info with my wife too, just in case. Thanks again Darren and I look forward to more article post from you 🙂

    • December 12, 2015    

      Thanks for reading and leaving a comment, Dominic. Yes, tell your wife about it and any other females you or your wife knows. You never know who this post might help. Thanks again. Darren

  4. NemiraBNemiraB
    January 24, 2016    

    Hello, thanks for informing about this condition. Uh, it seems not as a pleasant one, but a nasty and painful.
    It looks that it can happen then factors such as smoking, medications or pregnancy triggers this condition.
    I guess that it is painful and does not give any relief. It is constant annoyance and disturbance.
    The inflammation can spread over all body, can it?
    It is great that you educate people about symptoms and you give advices how to rid of it.
    All the best, Nemira.

    • January 24, 2016    

      Thrush is not likely to spread all over your body. It is remotely possible, but instances would be rare. All of the advice in this article will alleviate any problems with thrush. Thanks for writing in.

  5. jazzy323jazzy323
    June 19, 2016    

    As someone who has experienced Thrush, I can definitely say that it is something that you want to get rid of fast and you really do give good tips. I know many people who get itching from thrush so they tend to use two products to get rid of the yeast as well as the itching. Do you recommend any herbal products?

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