Hayton, Cumbria United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 02, 2011 -- It is estimated around 80% of the global population of women are suffering or have suffered from thrush with vaginal thrush being the most common infection. Whilst there are numerous treatments available without the need for a prescription there are a substantial number of women who are suffering from repeated infections and this has lead to a thriving industry in providing a bewildering choice of alternative treatments but this has also created myths which can be misleading when searching for a definitive treatment of thrush. Vaginal-thrush.com has dedicated itself to helping millions of men and women overcome their condition, prevent misinformation and provide the right information to get the best targeted treatment.
Some of the information that the site provides:
Antibiotics can be a common trigger for thrush,
Yeast free diets are very unlikely to work,
Overuse can make candida resistant to treatment,
Thrush can be a life-threatening illness,
"I created this website as there was a great demand and need for sufferers to focus their time on one site that will give them the information they were desparately seeking" said Mrs Swinburn.
Mrs Swinburn went on to say, "My close friend complained that she kept getting thrush on a regular basis despite treating it every time, so I naturally gravitated to the Internet to find more information. Whilst there was an abundance of information available it was too spread out and inconsistant, I found myself trawling numerous sites to try and piece it all together only to come away more confused. That gave me the inspiration to cut through the chaos and place everything on the one site to make it easier for men and women to get the information they needed."
For many women it can be difficult to find the right information when suffering from repeated infections. Having all the information on one site and listing all the products that have been favourably reviewed by former sufferers allows the individual to make up their own mind when deciding on a successful treatment instead of relying on a mass market product that may only provide a temporary solution.
Mrs Swinburn said the website will dispel the many myths that are circulating the net with a dedicated page listing and debunking the myths that many women come across. The website has chosen to list only the products and books that customers have tried and found to be successful. The website provides a resource on all forms of yeast infection and not just on vaginal thrush, even though the site is primarily aimed at women there is a section that deals with men too, particularly candida balanitis which is a fungal infection on the penis. The visitor will also find several resources and treatments that have been used successfully and if they supply an email then they will receive free newsletters as well.
For unknown reasons women are increasingly suffering from the problem of reocurring vaginal thrush and increases the confusion on what to do when current treatment fails, vaginal-thrush.com provides an online resource which lets men and women make an informed choice on what could be the best treatment for them.