The 2007 United Kingdom national guideline on the management of vulvovaginal candidiasis

Clinical Effectiveness Group of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV


Vulvovaginal candidiasis may be caused by Candida albicans (80–92%) or non-albicans species of yeast such as C. glabrata. The symptoms caused by the different species are indistinguishable.

This guideline summary covers recommendations for diagnosis, management, treatment regimens, and when to refer to secondary care.


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