Vaginal thrush is an infection that occurs due to the overgrowth of Candida albicans yeast found in the genital area. The yeast lives naturally and in small numbers in the vagina and bowel. It is usually harmless; however, the symptoms may develop if the yeast numbers increase.
Vaginal thrush is not a sexually transmissible infection but it may take place due to:
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Though vaginal thrush is uncomfortable and unpleasant, it can be treated by taking over-the-counter medication from your GP. However, vaginal thrush can be difficult to get treated completely and may occur again for some women.