How to cure a yeast infection..?

June 7th, 2014 by Emily
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Question: How to cure a yeast infection..?
I am young and i don’t want to go to the store to purchase yeast infection stuff because that’s embarrassing. Does anyone know anything i can do at my home that will help it go away or at least ease the symptoms to I get enough courage to go to the store.

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Answer by Christie B
Eat plain yogurt or go to the health food store and purchase acidophilus. The acidophilus replaces good bacteria and evens you out. Plain yogurt with live bacteria counteracts yeast.

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4 Comments on “How to cure a yeast infection..?”

  1. batraylover says:

    You really need to get to the store soon! If you don’t want to go, send your mom or an older sibling (if you have one) or a trusted friend. Make sure that you get the seven day treatment as many of the 1, 3, and 5 day treatments are ineffective against yeast infections. An untreated yeast infection can cause all sorts of problems including urinary tract infections and kidney infections. There are no natural remedies that will prevent these from occurring. Please get to the store as soon as possible!

  2. Barry says:

    Get the yeast infection stuff and use the checkout stand with an older woman as the cashier.

  3. Averie Stephens says:

    Hi Kristina,

    I understand what you are going through because for many years I was plagued by chronic yeast infections, including but not limited to: rashes, weight gain, insomnia, acne, constipation, chronic fatigue, depression, sensitivity to chemicals, you name it.

    I tried many systems, lotions, creams but found many did not work for me. That was until after following a natural program, I had made a significant progress. My thrush, acne and rashes had vanished. My skin had almost completely cleared up. I hadn’t looked that good in 15 years. I felt rejuvenated, energized, happier and so much healthier..

    I want the same for you too. Do not suffer any more .

    All the best for your health.

  4. oceano says:

    I get yeast infections on a monthly basis right before my period. Monistat doesn’t help me that much anymore, especially since it’s not good to use such medications on a regular basis. If you have redness, itching, and a lot of white discharge you probably have a yeast infection. Use yogurt! I know it sounds gross, but take a spoon of yogurt in a bowl and use your finger to put a little bit in your vagina. Then use a tampon, dip it in the rest (make sure you slather enough on there) and insert the tampon. Keep it in for an hour (no more, no less – if you keep it in for more than an hour, the added moisture can make it worse). The yogurt has active cultures that will restore the normal levels of bacteria that control the levels of yeast. it works really well!

    Do not douche, douching can upset the natural balance of bacteria in the vagina. Use a mild fragrance-free soap to gently clean yourself once a day. Make sure that you always dry your nether regions properly after a shower. A warm moist environment is where yeast thrive.

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