According to a new study supplementing with Vitamin B along with doing the conventional treatment can help treat complicated cases of vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC). VVC is a fungal infection caused by the Candida species, the second major cause of vaginitis in women, with the first major cause being bacterial vaginitis. 75% of women are infected with VVC at least once in their life prior to menopause. 5% of these women experience VVC on a recurrent basis.
Over 150 women with VVC participated in this study and were randomly assigned into groups as follows: Group A (received a suppository and oral antifungal) Group B (received a suppository and a vaginal cream) and Group C (received a suppository, vaginal cream and a Vitamin B Complex supplement). Patients in Group C (92.73%) saw a significantly higher rate of treatment success, percentage of patients with recovery, marked effective and improvement, in comparison to Groups A (73.47%) and B (79.63%). The recovery rate alone was also higher in Group C (72.73%) compared with Group A (61.22%) and Group B (62.96%).
Researchers concluded the Supplementing with Vitamin B Complex might be an effective additional therapy for treating complicated VVC.
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