What happens if a yeast infection goes untreated?

February 4th, 2014 by Emily

Question: What happens if a yeast infection goes untreated?

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Answer by gypsyveg
Amazingly for a few women a yeast infection can go away on its own just after her period.

Due to the itching, I can’t envision any woman would grant a yeast infection to go untreated.

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3 Comments on “What happens if a yeast infection goes untreated?”

  1. rr c says:

    It can become chronic and after that systemic yeast infection if you let it untreated.

    Systemic yeast infection and rush or candida is extremely difficult to detect and kill. It is the unknown cause of many disease nowadays, mainly due to antibiotics. There is relatively a new brunch of medical science dedicated to study the chronic yeast infections and its implications on the health . It is discovering that systemic yeast infection is the main root and a host of medical problems, as chronic fatigue, chronic infections,allergies and many more others. Also, the intestinal yeast infections are the source of recurrent yeast infection conditions such as vaginal yeast infection and dandruff.

    Nowadays there are almost 80%-90% of the population who suffers on one stage of their life of yeast infection(women,men and children). One of the reason so many people get it is not only the easiness of growing of the yeast infection bacteria called and fungus, but also because is very misleading on diagnosing it right. Most of the time the doctor will tells you that you suffer from different types of diseases , without knowing for sure the real cause of them.And most of the time the infection with yeast is that can cause diseases as: arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, asthma, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, arteriosclerosis, eczema, gout, acne, dandruff, depression.

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  2. AlkalineDietDetox says:

    If you have untreated yeast infection, it will only get worse and develop as a systemic yeast infection. I would suggest that you do take care of it.
    It is imperative that you make an appointment with your doctor to be sure what kind of infection you have. While you wait to go to the doctor, you can try some natural remedies for yeast infection cure or candida yeast overgrowth. They are both pretty much the same treatment.
    Below, you will find some very easy ways to naturally heal your body from yeast infection. I encourage you that If you are pregnant or under the age of 18, then you should see a physician first.

    I did some research on holistic and natural remedies that included probiotics and homeopathic for curing infections and found that they work better than the prescribed or over the counter drugs. Not only that, but you will no longer have a recurring yeast infection with natural remedies.
    Here are some steps to take to cure yeast infection naturally:
    1)Drink at least six glasses of water each day. Water helps to remove toxins
    2)Aloe Vera Juice twice per day is very good for detoxifying the body from all infections including vaginal yeast infection because it strengthens the immune system.
    3)Mix one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with water and drink it. This kills all the bad bacteria in the body and you can even lose weight in the process. Don’t do this more than 1 to 3 times per week.
    4)Eat yogurt on a daily basis. It contains the good kind of bacteria, Lactobacillus Acidolhylus , that is found in the body.
    5)Take acidophilus or bifidus pills each day. This helps to encourage the good bacteria in the body. Make sure you keep these pills stored in a refrigerator for freshness.

    Here are a few Excellent Sources below that you should definitely check out to get more great tips on how to cure your yeast infection naturally. Good luck!

  3. George says:

    For simple yeast infections, your doctor will usually prescribe the following treatment(s):
    •a one- to three-day regimen of an antifungal cream, ointment, tablet, or suppository. Common antifungal medications used are Gynazle, Lotrimin, Monistat, and Terazol. These medications can be in prescription or over-the-counter form.
    •a single dose of oral medication such as Diflucan.
    You can treat vaginal yeast infections with natural remedies if you would like to avoid taking prescription medication. According to the Mayo Clinic, these are some of the most popular natural remedies:
    •vinegar douches
    •tea tree oil cream
    •garlic or boric acid vaginal suppositories
    •yogurt taken orally or inserted in the vagina

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