From this module you will learn:
● What causes vaginal thrush and how to effectively treat it
● The other potential causes that need to be eliminated before
● What cystitis is and its common side effects
● When suspected cystitis should be referred
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Vaginal thrush, or candidiasis, is a common type of fungal disease caused by a yeast infection in the vagina and surrounding areas. The form of yeast most commonly associated with thrush is Candida albicans, also known as C albicans or Candida.
Although C albicans is commonly found on the skin, it usually only occurs in small quantities and its presence does not lead to
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