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What is Thrush during Pregnancy?

Description of the Disease

Thrush during pregnancy is a fungal infection caused by the Candida fungus. It can occur in pregnant women due to changes in estrogen and progesterone levels, which promote the growth of Candida fungi.


  • Vaginal thrush - candidiasis of the vagina


  • Discharge from the vagina, which may be white and clumpy
  • Itching and irritation in the vaginal area
  • Pain during urination or sexual intercourse


Weakened immune system, hormonal changes, use of antibiotics, diabetes, improper intimate hygiene.


For the diagnosis of thrush during pregnancy, microscopy and culture of vaginal discharge are used.


Treatment of thrush during pregnancy may include the use of antifungal medications, various creams, and suppositories.


  • Observing intimate hygiene
  • Avoiding wearing synthetic underwear and tight clothing
  • Proper nutrition


Thrush during pregnancy is treated by a gynecologist-obstetrician.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.