This is a common problem and nothing to worry about.
From your query it appears that ; yeast epithelial cells
are positive and the isolated bug is candida albicans.
This is an infection with a fungus called candida albicans commonly called vaginal candidiasis
. It occurs when the body defences are compromised, in pregnancy
, women with diabetes and sometimes after prolonged use of antibiotics that destroy the normal vaginal organisms.
I suggest that you consult your gynecologist and start anti fungal drugs like clotrimazole
which can be used as vaginal tablets
. Other measures include washing the undergarments with hot water and using a simple antiseptic in the water to kill the fungi. Using a condom helps to prevent spread of infection.
If the problem is persistent or recurs repeatedly I would recommend a blood sugar check to rule out diabetes.
Hope I was able to help you. Please do not worry as it is a small problem.
Have a good day and thanks.!