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September 27th, 2012 by Emily
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2 Comments on “AFTER? Leaving s Accutane? Constant yeast infections disappear?”

  1. Adi says:

    Yes, you definitely get rid of yeast infection permanently. You should be able to change your diet habit.

    The Candida diet consists mаіnlу іn cutting оff sugar аs іt іs аn element thаt іs helping thе development оf thе Candida yeast infection. Тhеrеfоrе, іt іs mоst іmроrtаnt thаt уоu reduce thе quantity оf carbohydrates уоu аrе consuming daily. Whenever fоllоwіng а Candida treatment уоu must cut оff аnу yeasty foods аs thеу аrе creating thе perfect environment fоr thе multiplying оf thе Candida yeast infection іn уоur body. Ѕо уоu hаvе tо eliminate bread, beer, cheese аnd alcoholic drinks frоm уоur diet habits durіng thе Candida treatment.

  2. Tink says:

    Maybe. I went and looked through a few boards and it seems the ladies complained of it – and some of the ladies said the infections stopped. My suggestion would be this…See your gynocologist now. Waiting could be a very bad thing to do. Many of OB/GYN’s are familiar with dealing with dermatological issues, and many of them act as primary care providers (actually, I like the idea; women aren’t just small men) – so she will know what to do in terms of dealing with the accutane, but I digress….

    See a gynocologist who isn’t afraid to yeast aggressively. Yeast that is allowed to “fester” for months has a tendency to make the vaginal tract hypersensitive to freaking EVERYTHING.
    This is what can develop inside of 3 months of untreated/re-occurring yeast.

    Candida vulvovaginitis
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=candida%20vulvovaginitis

    It can make life downright painful…
    Candida vulvodynia
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=candida%20vulvodynia

    There is a tendency (on the part of practitioners) to say “oh look, we treated it for seven days, the pH and the cycle will take of the rest so we should back up and let nature take care of the rest” but the problem is, nature DOES take care of the rest – and nature can be a viscous bitch lemme tell you! So they need to treat that as if it were any other aggressive infection, not something passive.

    I would however, suggest that ask your doctor to stay away from the diflucan, or at least ask them to look at the data regarding it for long term treatment for yeast – I remember that there was some buried data that it might increase vaginal hypersensitivity. Minor chance of increase isn’t a chance I would be taking if it were me. I would be happy to post a link but I’m at home and I don’t have full access to Springerlink from here.

    You have your part to do too – don’t think that it will go away on it’s own. Don’t let them intimidate you with authority. Don’t let them treat you and say “let’ see how this is in a couple months” tell them “No, swab it and scope it now, let’s make sure it’s dead!”. Be pushy if you have to….Better than that having burning pink parts, right?

    Good Luck

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