Yeast infection treatment by Stix to treat yeast infections.
3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment
3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment
Yeast infection treatment by Stix to treat yeast infections.
3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment
3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment

3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment

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Clear up your yeast infection with ease using OBGYN-approved suppositories to treat the infection, plus external vulvar cream to relieve itching and irritation.

Includes 3 miconazole suppositories, 3 applicators, and 1 tube of vulvar anti-itch cream.
$18.00

3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment

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Science-backed

Discreetly delivered

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Designed by women who get it

Designed by women who get it

HSA/FSA eligible

HSA/FSA eligible

THE DETAILS

Formulated with 3 days of treatment to effectively stop yeast overgrowth without unnecessary discomfort — so you can care for your body in the kindest way.

    • Easy-to-use with simple instructions
    • Cures most vaginal yeast infections
3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment how it works

How it works

Yeast infections are fungal infections that cause discharge, painful itching, and irritation of the vagina and vulva. A healthy vagina naturally has a balance of yeast and bacteria. A yeast infection, also referred to as "monilia" or "candidiasis," occurs when that balance is disrupted and there is an overgrowth of yeast (candida). 

Our 3-Day Yeast Infection Treatment contains an antifungal medication that stops the growth of yeast (candida) in the vagina and vulva.

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How to use vaginal suppositories

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Take a suppository out of its packaging and place it in the top of the applicator. For best results, do this at night time before bed.

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Lay on your back with your knees bent OR stand with your feet apart and knees bent. Gently insert the applicator (with suppository) into your vagina as far as it will comfortably go.

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With one hand on the base of the applicator, use the other hand to push the plunger all the way through. Throw away the applicator — don't flush it down the toilet!

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Take a suppository out of its packaging and place it in the top of the applicator. For best results, do this at night time before bed.

Lay on your back with your knees bent OR stand with your feet apart and knees bent. Gently insert the applicator (with suppository) into your vagina as far as it will comfortably go.

With one hand on the base of the applicator, use the other hand to push the plunger all the way through. Throw away the applicator — don't flush it down the toilet!

How to use vaginal suppositories

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As an optional step, use a liner on your underwear to protect against any staining from the suppository.

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The suppository will completely dissolve in your vagina overnight — no removal necessary. Repeat these steps for the next two nights to complete treatment.

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As an optional step, use a liner on your underwear to protect against any staining from the suppository.

The suppository will completely dissolve in your vagina overnight — no removal necessary. Repeat these steps for the next two nights to complete treatment.

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How quickly will the treatment work?

You should feel better during the first three days of treatment, and can continue using the itch cream to relieve symptoms for a total of 7 days. If your discomfort persists, we recommend speaking with your doctor.

Will the treatment stain my underwear?

We recommend using a pantyliner during treatment to protect your clothing from stains and to keep you comfortable. 

Is this safe for pregnant people?

We always recommend speaking with your doctor before using internal or topical yeast infection treatments during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. 

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Dr. Katherine Palmerola

MD, FACOG

Dr. Palmerola is a board-certified OBGYN with fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

Dr. Carolyn Ross

MD

Dr. Ross is an OBGYN with fellowship training in family planning.

Dr. Farheen Kahn

DO

Dr. Khan is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine with a specialty in hospital medicine.

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