This is most often a yeast disease caused by Candida albicans, which is a common part of the microflora inside the vagina. In case of imbalance of the microflora, it may lead to yeast overgrowth and development of unpleasant problems that most often end up with a visit to the gynaecologist. It is manifested by a white, cottage cheese-like discharge accompanied by fierce itching, burning, and pain during urination and sexual intercourse. It is commonly treated by antifungals, which are applied in the form of vaginal suppositories or ointments. Its ascending spread (upward) can lead to inflammation of the uterus or the urinary tract. According to statistics, vaginal mycosis affects about 75 % of women during their life, with every other repeatedly and 5 % chronically.
FEEL FRESH - a product containing microflora Pythium oligandrum intended for the skin prone to dampness and for the care of places prone to yeast occurrence.