Yeast Infection – Systemic?

April 12th, 2014 by Emily

Question: Yeast Infection – Systemic?
This sounds slightly gross, but I need to know.

My breath sometimes smells like yeast, and my farts are starting to smell like yeast as well. Sometimes my urine also smells yeasty, as well as discharge.

I’ve treated myself with Monostat, with no change. I’ve also tried Pro-biotics, but I ran out, and it seemed to nearly cure all symptoms.

Is this a systemic yeast infection? Anyone had this?

And yes, I know, see a doctor.
Systemic Mycosis can cause a variety of problems that follow along with some of my symptoms.

And yes, you can become deathly ill with some types, but not all.

Best answer:

Answer by mr.answerman
If you had a systemic mycosis you would be deathly ill. No it is not that bad, and smelling like yeast does not necessarily mean yeast.

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2 Comments on “Yeast Infection – Systemic?”

  1. lajenneverre says:

    The best advice a doctor ever gave me was to take Lactobacillus Acidophilus supplements. It’s a healthy bacteria that balances out yeast. It’s changed my health on so many levels. Since pro-biotics worked for you, stick with them. If you’re like me, you’ll need to be on them for the rest of your life, but it’s worth every penny.

  2. Alexis K says:

    Eat unflavored yogurt. I’ve heard this can help. Keep going with the pro-biotics. Once you’ve had one yeast infection, you are all the more likely to get another. I take an all-natural yeast control vitamin every day for six months, and guess how long it’s been since my last infection? Six months.

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