Besides oral and topical medications to treat yeast infections, there are also suppository drugs that dissolve when inserted into a body opening and absorbed into the blood stream.

We took the opportunity to review YeastAway, a suppository drug, which is stated to relieve vaginal itching, burning and discomfort.

Some have found relief from it, and others find it quite the contrary. Let’s take a closer look on what’s inside YeastAway, how you can use it, and what you are in for.

What Boiron Yeastaway Contains:

  • Borax
  • Calendula officinalis
  • Candida albicans
  • Hydrastic Canadensis

Recommended Daily Dosage

YeastAway comes with an applicator to insert one suppository deep into the vagina. Take one suppository and insert it into your vagina every night for seven consecutive nights.

How Much Does It Cost?

A box of 7 suppositories costs $22.82, which basically makes you spend 3 dollars per day for a week to relieve vaginal infections.

Before Using The Product…

YeastAway may damage products such as condoms and diaphragms. Do not take this product if you are currently using douches, spermicides or tampons. Also take note that you cannot have sexual intercourse if you have recently used the product. Consult a doctor before using it or if symptoms still persist.

In Conclusion

Some reviewers have found the product effective in adequately solving symptoms of yeast infection. On the other hand, a few reviewers find that the suppository is quite messy as it would at times melt into your panty liner or underwear. Several users also reported that their infection got worse or that it didn’t get any better.

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