Many antifungal medications can treat candidiasis. Your doctor will prescribe a drug depending on your condition.
Antifungal medications- these include oral rinses and tablets, vaginal tablets and suppositories, and creams. For vaginal yeast infections, medications that are available over the counter include creams and suppositories such as miconazole (Monistat), ticonazole (Vagistat), and clotrimazole (Gyne-Lotrimin). Your doctor may prescribe a pill, fluconazole (Diflucan).
Some studies suggest that reducing sugar in the diet may help prevent yeast infections. Other foods that some practitioners believe may contribute to candidiasis include high amounts of milk, dairy products, and food with high concentration of yeast (cheese, peanuts, alcohol). You may reduce candida by consume foods with vitamin C, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acid, and/or calcium. It would be the hurtless treatment.