Is it possible to be allergic to baking soda?

November 21st, 2013 by Emily
natural remedies yeast infection
by Vietnam Plants & The USA. plants

Question: Is it doable to be allergic to baking soda?
Asking because I was using it blended with warm water in attempt to treat my yeast infection this morning (googled “natural remedies for yeast infections”).

After use, my symptoms seem to have worsened. More watery discharge and itching.

So is it doable to be allergic to this stuff? Maybe I used it in excess? Help?

Best answer:

Answer by Rosey
you can be allergic to anything really. Try putting some baking soda water on your rist.. if it gets inflamed then your allergic.
Also, just go get some actually cream at the drug store.. it will cue it in less time.

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One Comment on “Is it possible to be allergic to baking soda?”

  1. Yuanbin says:

    Yeast infections can be very uncomfortable, but are usually not serious. Symptoms of yeast infection include the following:
    Itching and burning in the vagina and around the vulva (the skin that surrounds your vagina)
    A white vaginal discharge that may look like cottage cheese
    Pain during sexual intercourse
    Swelling of the vulva
    You can go to see the doctor for help. If you don’t, herbal medicine can help you. Though it may work slowly, it can eradicate this disease and doesn’t have any side effects. You can get more information in the following site:
    I hope it can help you.

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