ANN ARBOR—Two out of three women experience the itching, burning, soreness and discharge of vulvo-vaginal Candidiasis, or vaginal yeast infection, at least once in their lives, but surprisingly little is known about what women can do to prevent themselves from getting this common condition. A University of Michigan School of Public Health study of women is the first population-based study specifically designed to identify risk factors for yeast infections. The researchers also tested whether commonly suspected factors increase the risk and found that some were not significant after all. The researchers gathered data through clinic records and a survey. Geiger, now a researcher at Kaiser Permanente, Southern California—published their study in the March issue of Epidemiology.
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Free Sample. You want to make sure that you are inserting the film as high up into your vagina as possible without causing discomfort. This allows you to insert the film before things get hot and heavy between you and your partner. Each film is effective for the three-hour timeframe OR a single act of intercourse one ejaculation. If you and your partner want to continue your love making, simply insert additional films for each act of intercourse.