Thrush

A common fungal infection that affects most vagina-owners, we think it's about time we dealt with this pesky ailment, HANX style. Just like that long gone Bumble date who dips in and out of your IG stories, thrush has a nasty habit of showing up unannounced, when you're feeling your best.


No more beating around the bush: we've sourced a trio of anti-fungal treatments treat and relieve the symptoms and side-effects getting you down, down there.

Each HANX Fix treatment is stashed in a branded drawstring cotton pouch - perfect for an assuming dash to the loo, accompanied by a no-nonsense leaflet and sticker for maximum hands-free movements while you follow the instructions. (Or tbh, just stick it on your laptop.)
 
*If unsure of your condition, please seek advice from your GP/medical professional before purchase.
 



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Tried and tested

"No more taking your whole make up bag to the toilet! Love the HANX pouch, it's super work-friendly and my Thrush is gone!" 

Bex

"Sorted my cystitis without making a big deal about it. Winner."

Megan

"Problem solved! OK, I was nervous but the clear instructions and easy ordering system made it less daunting."

Chema

"HANX FIX had me waving bye bye to BV in days!"

Stefanie

"Easy, efficient, and the super cute pouch to keep all my treatments in is handy."

Kaye

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Burning questions?

So, what is thrush?

Thrush is a fungal infection (also known as candidiasis) caused by a type of yeast called… Candida. You saw that one coming, right? It typically causes infections of the mouth, vagina, and occasionally the penis. Vaginal thrush is commonly referred to as a yeast infection and the signs and symptoms to look out for include genital itching, burning, and sometimes a white ""cottage cheese-like"" discharge from the vagina.

But just how common is vaginal thrush?

Very! About 3 out of every 4 vagina-owners will have vaginal thrush at some point in their lifetime, with some being susceptible to recurrent thrush infections. Candida yeast lives naturally in the bowel and in also hangs out in small numbers within the vagina, it’s mostly harmless, but if the amounts increase then that’s when symptoms can develop.

Let’s do this: how does the oral fluconazole tablet work?

Fluconazole is an anti-fungal treatment that works by stopping the ability of the fungal infection to reproduce and grow AKA blocked and reported. Simply swallow the fluconazole tablet and you’re all set. Now, breathe…

What about the clotrimazole pessary?

Clotrimazole is an anti-fungal medication that works by killing the fungus infection. The pessary acts at the source of infection, inserted in the vagina, killing fungus causing the infection in all its chalky glory. Just like putting in a tampon, no sweat.

How does the clotrimazole cream work?

Clotrimazole is an anti-fungal medication that works by killing the fungus infection. The cream tackles the source of infection, on the skin of the vulva, killing fungus causing irritation and infection. We love a multi-tasker.

How do I use the thrush treatment?

The fluconazole tablet is taken orally, meaning you simply pop in your mouth and swallow! The pessary comes with an applicator and tablet, with simple instructions of how to insert the tablet inside your vagina. The clotrimazole cream is simply used by applying to the vulva (the outside lips of the vagina) to sooth the skin on that area. Read the instructions included and you’re good to go!"