? Qu? if I have an infection? n mild oral yeast?

February 14th, 2011 by Emily

Question: What? if I have an infection? n mild oral yeast ? I have an infection? N mild oral yeast, it bothers me constantly. It’s a tiny itchy, but it all feels like a burn that does not go … I need this gone and I m? s soon as possible! I have no ning? No sign of infection? No yeast elsewhere, but the tip of my tongue. thanks! Greatest answer: Wed Reply by anonyme
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4 Comments on “? Qu? if I have an infection? n mild oral yeast?”

  1. Storm Chick says:

    While healthy children and adults can be effectively treated for thrush, the symptoms may be more severe and difficult to manage in those with weakened immune systems. Antifungal medications, which are generally taken for 10 to 14 days, are often prescribed to treat thrush. These medicines are available in tablets, lozenges, or liquids. Your dentist will have a specific treatment approach designed for you based on your age and the cause of the infection. Because the presence of candida infection can be a symptom of other medical problems, your dentist may suggest you seek care from a medical doctor as well so that any underlying health problems you may have can be treated.

  2. Donna says:

    Can you stand the taste of garlic? It is the best way to kill oral yeast without drugs. Yes, you may have bad breath -but at least you won’t have thrush anymore. Kyolic makes a liquid that you can rinse your mouth with. If that doesn’t appeal to you see a Dr. or Dentist for a prescription. Yeast is a common problem. and usually goes away with proper treatment. Oh, and eat lots of yogurt, the acidophilus (yogurt cultures) is a Great anti-yeast remedy. Acidophilus capsules can be opened and mixed with water for a mouth rinse.

  3. Steven says:

    are you having sex before? are your partner did have yeast infection?

    Many women would rather treat their vaginal yeast infections right from home instead of spending tons of money on doctor visits and prescriptions. Since the dawn of time home remedies have been used with much success to treat vaginal infections.

    The first is freezing the yogurt and inserting it into the vagina like you would a tampon. The second is using a syringe that does not have a needle on it to apply the yogurt into the vagina. The third is to coat a tampon in the yogurt and insert the tampon into the vagina.

    Garlic is also a good home remedy and not only for infections either. Garlic has antifungal particles that can help you get rid of your infection. You can take fresh garlic and make a tampon like insert out of the cloves and then insert it into your vagina.

    For easy removal, before the “garlic tampon” is inserted you can tie a string around it and make sure it is secure before you insert it into your vagina. You should leave the garlic in for a few hours. If the pull string, for whatever reason, does not work then sit on the toilet and use your vaginal muscles to push it out. Basically you will need to act like you are going to the bathroom but just push from a different area.

    I got an amazing resource that can help you understand what i am talking about in a lot more precise detail. I leave the link to this resource below if you are interested.

    Good luck and i wish you all the best i have questions

  4. Mary Bijoux says:

    Basically the reason you have a yeast infection is because there’s an imbalance in your body. A healthy person has a balance between the yeast in their body and the good bacteria in their body.

    Too much yeast, you have a yeast infection. Too much bacteria, you have a bacterial infection.

    So, when you have a yeast infection you essentially have too much yeast in your body relative to the good bacteria. The natural way to treat it and bring back that balance is to starve the yeast and introduce more good bacteria into your body.

    Oh and BTW – That’s why you often get relief from using the over the counter meds temporarily, and then the yeast infection comes back. The creams aren’t changing the source of the problem. They are just killing the yeast they come in contact with, and not balancing the yeast/bacteria in your body and actually sometimes end up making things a lot worse.

    Oh BTW2 – That’s also why many times you’ll get a yeast infection after using antibiotics. Antibiotics kill all the bacteria in your body, the good and the bad. When that happens the balance between the yeast and good bacteria is off, and once again and you get a yeast infection.

    Things you can add to your diet (to help promote good bacteria) are live yogurt cultures (or take Acidophilus), plenty of water, fresh vegetables, lots of protein rich foods, whey protein, raw garlic, nuts, seeds, oils, millet, rice and oat brans

    Things you should remove from your diet (to starve the yeast) are all sodas, sugars, fruit, fermented foods, foods containing white flour, alcohol (especially beer), antacids and any product that has yeast or mold

    Changing your diet will definitely get you on the road to balancing the yeast and good bacteria, but what I would also recommend is to use a homeopathic solution to help naturally speed up the process.

    I always feel if there’s a natural way to do something, then it’s best to avoid the chemicals. I would look for an natural product, that can be taken orally to promote re-growth of the good bacteria in your body.

    There are a few out there, I think they are probably all pretty good. One that I have used and was very effective for me was is yeastrol.
    Best of Luck!

    Hope this helps and best of luck! :)

    If you’re interesting in finding out more I’ve added a link that has some more info.

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