It's a good idea to get medical advice from your GP or a sexual health clinic if: Thrush isn't usually anything to worry about in these cases, but your doctor may want to take a swab from your vagina to confirm the diagnosis and/or carry out tests to check for any underlying cause.
Support Amnesty International’s proposed policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work NSWP and our allies take this opportunity to express our support for Amnesty International’s draft policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work, which is to be tabled for adoption at the International Council Meeting, 6-11th August 2015.
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Read through these warning signs to see if it’s time for you to see a mental health professional.If you've had thrush before and think you have it again, you can normally treat it with medicines bought from a local pharmacy.See How to treat vaginal thrush below for more information.Major depression is a mood disorder that affects the way you feel about life in general.Having a hopeless or helpless outlook on your life is the most common symptom of depression.