Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Treatment For Male Yeast Infections

There are many treatment for male yeast infections. Which one will work the best?
Here are some of the most commonly treatments to cure male yeast infection.

1) Diflucan (fluconazole) and Nizoral (ketaconazole)
Both are oral antifungal antibiotics and it attack the yeast directly. Both of the medication is prescribe by doctor and if you are under any drugs allergies or if have illnesses like liver, heart, kidney, family history of "Long QT syndrome or pregnant. It is best to get advises from the doctor before you start any of these medication. Oral Antifungal antibiotics may cause some side effects like headache, nausea, diarrhoea or other symptoms.

2) Anti Yeast Cream
Anti Yeast Creams are over the counter medication for male yeast infection. It can be easily available.

Home Remedies for Male Yeast Infections
Home remedies are the most sought treatment for chronic yeast sufferers. It was known to have cure the yeast infections permanently and the recurrence level was much more lower. Oral medications and creams were known to have side effects and if yeast are not killed during the process, yeast may become stronger and more resistance to the drugs.

I think home remedies actually works the best among all because it is drug free and cheaper. If you have been trying creams and antibiotics all the time and it is not working for you, I would strongly suggest you to try home remedies. Visit: Treatment for male yeast infections for their 100% workable natural remedies.

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