If you are pregnant and have thrush (or think you have thrush) you should see your doctor before starting any treatments.
The use of complementary therapies and specific aromatherapy applications can be a valuable natural method of dealing with this condition along with an adjustment to diet temporarily, until the source of the condition is verified and cleared.
Thrush is treatable during pregnancy, and it’s not uncommon for pregnant women to develop thrush, especially during the third trimester. However, some pharmaceutical anti-thrush medicines, are not advised for pregnant women. Visit your doctor and check any vaginal irritation. The use of natural therapies and specially selected safe essential oils can be used to for this condition.