Yeast Infection Treatment (candida)?

October 6th, 2012 by Emily
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Question: Yeast Infection Treatment (candida)?
I have struggled with yeast infections (candida) for years, tried dozens of of treatments, and spent a small fortune, but it always comes back. It is uncomfortable, to state the least. Does anyone know of a treatment which is gentle yet effective and permanent? Would sure appreciate some constructive input. Thanks

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Answer by Adi
suffer from yeast infections are annoying. Many women are suffering, and many are successfully cured permanently. So you should be optimistic. Preventing the spread of the fungus is the first step to cure yeast infections, for example, you can stay away from certain foods that contain sugar elements. Learn more at my blog, hopefully can help you.

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2 Comments on “Yeast Infection Treatment (candida)?”

  1. Larkin L says:

    Consider going on a yeast-free diet, no sugar (as sugar feeds yeast), no alcohol – so no cakes, candy, sweets, etc. Years ago, I read The Yeast Connection: A Medical Breakthrough by William G. Crook and did the diet for about 6 months and it really helped. Now there are a lot more books and cookbooks available.

    *Take Lots of acidophilus/probiotics or eat Unsweetened (Plain) Yogurt
    *Avoid tight jeans and other tight pants
    *Wear cotton underwear during the day, no thongs
    *Wear no underwear to bed

    Here’s some things to try.

    1. Put a tsp of apple cider vinegar in a 6-8 ounce glass of water and drink it 2-3 times a day. I do this at least once a week.

    2. Mix a tsp of Hydrogen Peroxide in a cup of water and pour over the area.

    3. Fill a bathtub with just enough warm, not hot, water to create a sitz bath (enough water to cover your groin and just up to your belly). Add 2 cups of raw apple cider vinegar and sit in the bath with your knees folded toward your body (not stretched out flat). You can stay in this bath mixture for 15 minutes. Gently pat dry and make sure you are very dry before putting any clothes on. Wear only cotton underpants, preferably washed in natural unscented detergent.

  2. Carin says:

    Certainly understand your concern as Candida can not only be uncomfortable but if persists can present some dangerous problems. Over the years there have been a myriad of home remedies and there are no shortage of over the counter solutions as well but they only present a temporary fix to the issue of Candida.
    I have found a healthy and reliable cure for the problem that you will find lasting results and not have to be concerned about recurrence. Be done with it once and for all and enjoy a healthier lifestyle.
    http://tinyurl.com/crvjvxg‏

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