? What? you can do with an infection? n reoccuring yeast?

January 10th, 2012 by Emily

Question:? What? can be done about an infection? n reoccuring yeast I have 19 to? years of age. And I’m married. Each month, right after? S my period I can get an infection? No yeast. ? What? can be done to prevent these darn things. I o? Do what will make scented tampons?, As? to quit using them. Then either? dushing not good, as? that dej? of that, but remains its reoccuring. PLEASE HELP! Greatest answer: Answer

you should consult an m? Physician

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8 Comments on “? What? you can do with an infection? n reoccuring yeast?”

  1. boe says:

    Quit eating bread
    lol……..oh okay your not laughing

    Antibiotics can cause yeast infections. Are you on one? Because you get them so frequently (once a month is alot) you need to see a gynecologist about this. Good luck

  2. angel says:

    you need to see your doctor

  3. pinkgirly151 says:

    I’ve heard that taking multi-vitamins can help clear it, i had a friend who had it really bad almost constantly, she took multi-vitamins daily and it really helped, otherwise i think you should see a doctor.

  4. fyre_and_reign says:

    If you’ve already seen your doctor, you need to have him check your blood sugar. A person might be diabetic and not know if if they haven’t had a Hemoglobin A1C test. The HA1C tells you your average blood sugar during the last month. You might have a “normal” reading right now or in 3 hours but, other times of the day, have a “high” reading.

    Naturally, you should try to prevent them. Use cotton panties and not any with synthetic fiber. Don’t use perfumed toilet paper and be sure to wipe from front to back always. You’re right about the perfumed tampons and douching, though it’s OK to douche you just shouldn’t over do it. Douching once after your period to “clean things out” is perfectly normal.

  5. Jennifer M says:

    Eat yogurt. The enzymes in it fight off the bacteria that causes yeast infection.

  6. Mad Roy says:

    Read The Yeast Connection by Dr William Crook. It will tell you how to get rid and stay rid of the yeast problem.
    Eat yogurt daily – be sure it has live cultures in it. Oil of Oregano capsules twice daily may help too.
    See also: http://www.kolorex.com

  7. bowblitz says:

    Add yogurt in your diet. Take yogurt with live micro organisms. And drink lots of cranberry juice. Avoid eating dairy products or food with dairy because it increases the growth of yeast. Do not use pantiliners just use 100% cotton panty. Always change your undies whenever its wet because fungus lives in wet areas. Wash your area with lemonade it fights the yeast. There are people who prepare yogurt with live micro organisms in tubes. Like they fill the hand gloves for about 1/4 of the fingers to form a tube like suppository. They froze it. And when its molded they insert it in the vagina because its the faster way to get rid of it than eating the yogurt. Maybe you could do that whenever you have it. It’s the natural way of getting rid of it. The live micro organisms fights the yeast.

  8. Jadea says:

    It is not just perfumed tampons it is any tampon as tampons prevent normal vaginal cleaning functions, give bacteria a place to multiply and in the case of commercial tampons they also contain chemicals that will affect normal vaginal pH. This is also true of commercial pads, these not only contain chemicals but also due to synthetic materials they prevent aeration making your vulva a moist warm sweaty place where yeast and bacteria can grow out of control. If you have reoccurring infections it is best you choose safer menstrual options such as menstrual cups, softcups, organic pads, cloth pads or free-flow methods.

    I believe you mean douching, yes again this will contribute to infections as well as contribute to other issues that can effect vaginal health such as increased risk of STD’s and deeper infections that can cause problems with your fertility. It is not just douching, anything chemical you put into your vagina will affect your vaginal pH, when this is affected it means that in turn the normal vaginal flora are also then knocked out of balance which is what causes such infections. All you should ever wash with it just plain water, using your hands to wipe between your inner labia to remove dirt, soaps or feminine washes are very common causes of vaginal infections, you may also want to watch out for other possible causes such as bubble baths, detergents, and anything that could come in contact with your vagina.

    Menstruation can bring about infections, not just because many menstrual options can be harmful to vaginal health but also because of menstruation itself. Menstrual blood is actually a different pH to your normal vaginal environment so if your normal vaginal pH is a little off this could push it over the edge, menstrual blood is also very nutritious so a big plus for bacteria and yeast present in the vagina. As a side note semen is also a different pH so can also trigger off infections, some women simply have bad reactions to their partners semen, even if they were fine with other partners semen.

    Yeast infections are not complicated things, reoccurring cases are more often than not due to something you are doing that could harm vaginal health – using tampons, using soap to wash with, wearing tight clothing, wearing synthetic clothing, wearing g-strings, etc. However there are cases when there is something more serious going on, for example chronic yeast infections are often signs of diabetes (side note – avoid alcohol and sugars when you have a yeast infection). As such it is important you see a doctor, although many doctors are ignorant about a lot of things regarding female sexual health they should be able to look into a few things to rule them out, such as diabetes and gut health, which can also affect vaginal infections.

    You may want to work at improving the balance of bacteria and yeast in your vagina; yogurt is always suggested because live pro-biotic yogurt contains lactobacillus acidophilus that is bacteria naturally found in healthy vaginas, it produces hydrogen peroxide that helps to kill off excessive yeast in your vagina. It can be eaten of course to introduce this ‘good’ bacteria into your gut, but also put plain yogurt into your vagina before bed (good hint – freeze yogurt into little suppositories to avoid mess), washing out in the morning, will also help – make sure it is plain pro-biotic yogurt and not sweetened (the sugars would feed the yeast). Drinking cranberry juice, again important to get unsweetened, will help you too. Another idea is tea tree oil used as preventative yeast treatment, just a few drops into your vagina should help kill off yeast and ‘bad’ bacteria, although be careful not to use too much as it may sting, garlic also has similar properties when a clove is inserted into the vagina (eating can also help), although if you have a husband this may not be the best aphrodisiac ;oP

    As a side note I’d strongly suggest looking around online not just for information on yeast infections but also general vaginal health, at 19 years old and married you should already know a lot of these things – i.e. tampons and douching = bad for vaginal health, it is your responsibility to care for your sexual health.

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