Vaginal yeast infection treatment
Vaginal yeast infection treatment
Women, ages 18-64
This is right for you if
Your sex assigned at birth was female and you're having vaginal yeast infection symptoms
You’re not experiencing nausea, vomiting, back pain, or fever
You’ve had fewer than 4 yeast infections in the past 12 months
You’re not pregnant
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What's included

Personalized vaginal yeast infection treatment plans may include prescription antifungal medications. Your online doctor or nurse practitioner may also recommend over-the-counter yeast infection treatments and self-care strategies. They can’t renew prescriptions or order tests like vaginal swabs. You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.

If you need treatment for an additional health condition, you’ll need to start a separate visit.
Commonly prescribed medications
  • Fluconazole (Diflucan)
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This chart is for informational purposes only. Your clinician will determine treatment plans, prescriptions, and number of refills (if any) based on your symptoms and health history. Refill estimates are based on a 30-day supply of medication.
Alpha, HealthTap, and SteadyMD have licensed clinicians (like MDs, DOs, and NPs). At Alpha, HealthTap, and SteadyMD, the typical number of medication refills per visit is 0. Business hours for Alpha are 9 AM to 5 PM ET, 7 days a week. Business hours for HealthTap are 8 AM to 10 PM ET, 7 days a week. Business hours for SteadyMD are 8 AM to midnight ET, 7 days a week. Responses outside these hours may be delayed.

What you’ll need

A photo ID, like a driver's license or passport, if we need additional identity verification
5 to 10 minutes to answer questions about your symptoms and health history

How it works

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Choose an online clinic
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Fill out an intake form
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Connect with a clinician
You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
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You should know
Based on your health information, your clinician may recommend that you see a healthcare provider in person. If that happens, you’ll still be charged for your visit. Amazon Clinic doesn’t accept insurance at this time, and isn’t intended for beneficiaries of government payor programs, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Frequently asked questions

What vaginal yeast infection medications can I get?
Your clinician may prescribe antifungal yeast infection treatment like a single-dose oral medication called fluconazole (Diflucan).

Please note: This information is for general reference only. Your online doctor or nurse practitioner will review your symptoms and health history to determine which (if any) treatments are medically necessary.
What causes vaginal yeast infections?
Vaginal yeast infections are caused by an imbalance of Candida yeast inside the body. Normally the presence of Candida, a common type of fungus, doesn't trigger health issues. But when it's overgrown, it can cause itching and discharge in the vaginal area.

Yeast infections are associated with recent antibiotic use, poor glycemic control (if you have diabetes), and immunocompromising health conditions. And because hormonal changes can affect vaginal yeast infections, pregnancy is also a major risk factor.
What are the symptoms of a yeast infection?
Common symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection (also known as vulvovaginal candidiasis) include itchiness, soreness, irritation, odorless discharge, and swelling/redness in the vaginal area. Because vaginal yeast infections can be influenced by hormones, symptoms are often worse in the week before you get your menstrual period.
What's the difference between a vaginal yeast infection and bacterial vaginosis (BV)?
Vaginal yeast infections and BV are both types of vaginitis, which is the general name for inflammation of the vagina or vulva. BV is the most common type of vaginitis, followed by vaginal yeast infections, then trichomoniasis (also known as trich).

Vaginal yeast infections and BV have some overlapping symptoms, like itchiness and discomfort, but BV is associated with a fishy odor, while yeast discharge is odorless. BV discharge also tends to be thin, grayish, or foamy, while yeast infection discharge tends to be thick, white, or like cottage cheese.

You're in the right place to get vaginal yeast infection treatment. If you think you have BV or trich, you'll need to see a trusted healthcare provider for lab testing.
Can I get yeast infection treatment for another part of my body?
Though yeast can become overgrown in many places, including in the mouth (called thrush or oral candidiasis) and in skin folds like the armpit, only people with vaginal yeast infections can get treatment through Amazon Clinic at this time.
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