The infection? No yeast?

April 8th, 2011 by Emily

Question: infection? No yeast ? During the? Last week, I had the piebald? Ny was inside my vagina, but not enough to make me feel the need to actually piebald? N. Tambi? N gave me a cut on my cl? Toris and this day I realized that s? I can describe as a white pel dapple “or a piece of skin from my cl? Toris. I wonder if it can? To be an infection? No yeast? I’m going to see the m? Doctor, but s? We want it? At a certain point of view of women if you have experienced what mismo.ah and might not be an STD – if not indeed one of the s symptoms that I described! thanks Greatest answer: Wed Reply by Reg B
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3 Comments on “The infection? No yeast?”

  1. ally may says:

    Hi,

    Yes it does sound like a yeast infection.

    Yeast infections are so common its ridiculous and they always seem to come at the worse times. I had it for 6 months at one point which was a real low point and I hated the idea of using all those chemicals so I did some research on the internet and found one particular website so useful since it was completely natural!

    In my experience it has been the only thing that got rid of my infection for good! If you want to give it a try you can find it at http://www.QuickYeastInfectionCure.com

    Good luck hun!

  2. pretzypie says:

    Only a doctor can tell for sure if you have a yeast infection by taking a swab and run some tests. Most of us can sometimes tell by the feel, look, and smell that you have a yeast infection. If your symptoms don’t match this list, or you are confused or uncertain, go see your doctor if at all possible.

    It feels like an intense itching, burning sensation, localized in your vagina and vulva. This itching is not always present, but can get really bad, so bad you can hardly walk, let alone sit still or concentrate on anything.

    It looks like clumpy white stuff. Most medical descriptions compare the discharge to ricotta cheese, but it can range from thick and not clumpy to faintly yellow to thin and clear.

    It smells like bread or beer. In fact, it smells pretty much exactly like yeast.

    There are other types of infections that can sometimes infect your vagina and vulva and it’s helpful to know the symptoms of all of them so you can be really sure before you go treat yourself for a yeast infection you might not have.

    A bacterial infection of the vagina can feel a lot like a yeast infection if the vulval area is itchy or painful. Unlike a yeast infection, the discharge can be dark yellow, green, or brown and it won’t smell like bread, it can smell like fish or something rotting. If you think you might have a bacterial infection, or if you’re not sure, get I would recommend going to see your doctor as this has to be treated with prescription antibiotics.

    Urinary tract infections (UTI’s) are due to bacteria infecting the urethra rather than the vagina. UTI’s can be fairly easily distinguished from vaginal infections by a host of symptoms, including pain or burning when urinating, blood or mucus in urine, needing to urinate often, pain or pressure in back or lower abdomen and a fever or chills. If you think you might have a UTI, don’t delay, go see your doctor, because the infection can travel up past the bladder, causing kidney damage.

    Another type of infection called trichomoniasis is caused by a parasite that can infect both the vagina and the urinary tract, and is primarily sexually transmitted. If you have a trichomoniasis infection, your vagina can be itchy or painful, it can hurt to urinate, intercourse can be painful, and occasionally you can experience pain in your lower abdomen. Again, you have to see a doctor to get antibiotics to treat this.

    I would recommend you see your doctor just to rule out any other infections and to get a proper diagnosis and proper treatment.

    Good luck :)

  3. Sean C says:

    It could be a yeast infection. What I have learned as that most women that get yeast infections have recurring problems. Doctors often perscribe creams and medications that treat the symptoms, but often do not treat the cause. In addition many medications have dangerous side effects.

    You need to treat the cause so that the yeast infection does not keep coming back. Suprisingly both men and women can get yeast infections. They are quite common and nothing to be ashamed of. They can be located not only in the private areas, but the mouth as well.

    There is a great place to get information on the causes and natural treatment of yeast infections. http://www.goodbyeyeastinfection.com Hope you find the information helpful.

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