Thrush is a common yeast infection experienced by both men and women though it is more often associated with women. It is fairly harmless but it can uncomfortable and can keep returning if untreated.
If you have the symptoms of thrush for the very first time it is important to see the GP as the symptoms of vaginal thrush are sometimes similar to those of a sexually transmitted infection (STI). The doctor will be able to tell the difference. If you have frequent bouts of thrush it is equally important to see the doctor.
Your GP can diagnose vaginal thrush and prescribe the most suitable anti-thrush medication.