Does taking acidophilus pills help yeast infections?

January 6th, 2012 by Emily

Question: Does taking acidophilus pills help yeast infections?
I have reoccuring yeast infections a lot. I purchased a generic brand of acidophilus pills at Walmart. Does taking one a day help prevent and/or cure yeast infections starting?

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Answer by Weise Ente
Bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract will have no affect on any other part of your body, so no.

Edit: Note that gastrointestinal candida overgrowth is a fictitious condition with an equally ridiculous treatment.

Actual candidasis only affects those with a severely compromised immune system, but for some reason quacks have latched on to it.

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2 Comments on “Does taking acidophilus pills help yeast infections?”

  1. ƦєdAиgєℓ says:

    Yes, probiotics are essential to try and get rid of candida. Taking probiotics “friendly” bacteria suppresses the growth of potentially harmful bacteria. You can also try a bowel detox. If you find your yeast infections keep occuring, you really need to start the candida diet in combination with probiotics. It’s very strict! no sugar, white flour and a lot more no nos lol but it eventually gets rid of the candida overgrowth! ;)

  2. Co de Naam says:

    If you have them recurring, you should definitely take a look at some other solution… While acidophilus might help, tests show they don’t work for everybody… What you can do is check out a site that has a lot of interesting data on it (including candida treatments etc.), like articles, videos, etc. and read a bit more about the subject and see what would work for you after that… I checked this site out thoroughly and it seems to be pretty ok… at least for me… Who knows, maybe also for you.

    Hope it will help you.

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