Thrush Treatment

Safe, effective and fast-acting treatment for thrush

Thrush is an infection caused by a yeast fungus. It’s not a sexually transmitted infection but can sometimes develop after you’d had sex. The condition affects both men and women, and is characterised by discharge, soreness, burning and irritation around the genital area during sex and urination.

Thrush can be a troubling and painful condition, but it is highly treatable with oral and topical medication. Fluconazole capsules and Canesten cream target the candida fungi to rapidly clear the thrush infection.

As one of the UK’s trusted online pharmacies, our range of thrush treatment is approved by the Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). See below for more details.

Fluconazole 150mg Capsule is an oral capsule treatment that is used to treat thrush within two days.

from £3.99

Treat and relieve the symptoms of thrush with this effective dual-action treatment.

from £11.99

Clotrimazole 1% Cream is a fast-acting antifungal treatment used to rapidly clear fungal infections and for the relief of irritation caused by thrush.

from £3.99

Canesten clotrimazole cream is used to treat irritation as a result of thrush.

only £7.99

This single-dose pessary targets the cause of vaginal thrush.

from £9.99

Canesten External Cream is an effective first line treatment for fungal infections and irritation caused by thrush.

from £4.99

This convenient home test kit helps to determine if you may be suffering from thrush or bacterial vaginosis, making it easier for you to purchase the right treatment.

only £9.99

Get rid of thrush quickly and safely with this single-use internal cream.

from £8.99

Diflucan 150mg is a single-dose oral capsule for the rapid treatment of thrush.

from £20.99

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