LADIES PLEASE HELP ME. YEAST INFECTION THAT WILL NOT GO AWAY?

May 6th, 2014 by Emily

Question: LADIES PLEASE HELP ME. YEAST INFECTION THAT WILL NOT GO AWAY?
Third time I am asking this. Please do not ignore.

I’ve had a yeast infectiom for 2 years and i’ve tried everything. I went to several doctors and gynecologists and nothing they gave me worked. I tried intake yogurt but i hate it. I took garlic pills for a while but i stopped because my mother purchased me a set of pills she claimed cured the infection. The set is EIGHT bottles, three times apiece bottle regularly and i’ve been on it a MONTH with no progress. Does anybody know what I could do to get rid of my infection? It’s taking over my life :/

Best answer:

Answer by Nellygirl2008
ummmmmm monistat?? Have you tried that??? Do you club a lot and party???? A yeast infection is formed when there is a high amount of yeast in the vagina and if sugar comes into contact, it would cause a chemical reaction that yields cottage cheese like substance. My mother always told me to make sure you let air down there, it helps. Also, I’ve never had one, so I honestly can’t really tell any other remedies than over the counter products like monistat.

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3 Comments on “LADIES PLEASE HELP ME. YEAST INFECTION THAT WILL NOT GO AWAY?”

  1. Elaine M says:

    Garlic is for intestinal worms and digestion problems, not yeast infections.

    Recurring infections usually mean you’re intaking far FAR more sugar in your diet than you need, higher sugar means yeast can feed off of it so much easier – keeping the problem running rampant. So stop with the candy and cookies, any foods high in sugar content. Soda too.

    Stop the bottled stuff whatever it is that your mom got, it’s obviously not doing good by you. Yeast infections need a medication that stops fungal growth. Over the counter Monistat or Miconazole is what you should be using in the evening before going to bed. Change your eating habit and use the proper medications. And wearing looser underwear, COTTON underwear, to help with air flow down there is mandatory too – the synthetic fabrics kept snug tight with undies only fosters a hot, wet environment that encourages yeast growth.

  2. Q says:

    What is in those bottles? What did you already try? Those would be useful bits of information for us to have to answer your question.

  3. *Blush* says:

    -Stop eating sugar
    -Cut back on carbs (they get converted to sugar when digested)
    -Garlic can help but it should be fresh, raw garlic. Pills do nothing
    -Coconut oil is antifungal, eat a spoonful daily and also use it ‘down there’ each night before bed
    -Take a probiotic, it works the same way as yogurt but is stronger and more effective

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