Demystifying Medicine Video

This video discusses the symptoms and treatments of vaginal yeast infections. Please note, this video contains only general information and guidelines. It is not intended to replace physician advice and diagnosis. If you are unsure if you have a yeast infection, please consult your doctor before self-prescribing over the counter medication.

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