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It should be all right to use an over-the-counter cream for treatment of yeast infection during menstruation. Without knowing the exact product, it...
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No. Cornstarch has been used to help control moisture....and moisture can predispose a baby to yeast, but the best treatment for a diaper yeast...
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Hi Try sea salt baths, just a couple of handfuls of sea salt in a warm bath twice a day for a week should do it.But as for long term just see how it...
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Hi Its the antibiotics they have upset your natural vaginal mucus, and hence you now have a yeast infection.You can try and control it by having sea...
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Hi you can either get off to your doctor for meds, or you can go the sea salt way, for this you can either use a sitz bath or a normal bath, with...
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Premenstrual yeast infections are fairly common. The timing has been attributed to either a slight blunting of immune function at this time in the...
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There is no evidence that yogurt can treat vaginal yeast infections.Yeast, called Candida, is normally present in small numbers in the vagina of...
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Just say, "Mom, I think I have a yeast infection."  Yeast is a VERY common problem that affects people of all ages, from little...
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Hi now sea salt will help clear away a yeast infection, so you could try bathing under your breasts with a sae salt solution twice a day, or you...
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No, yeast infections are caused by...yeast. Yeast likes warm, dark, moist places, and the vagina tends to fit the environmental conditions. Whether...
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When you are not sexually involved....ever....you do not have to worry about an occasion missed period. It happens quite often to younger women. I...
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Hi Any good antibacterial cleaner will do, just leave in soak over night will help unless they leak.For your yeast infection, hope its gone? if not...
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Women should not be diagnosing their own vaginal infections. They should be calling their gynecologist. They should be speaking with the gynecologist...
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Studies conducted at the University of Michigan Health System showed that men do not generally pass a yeast infection to a woman during intercourse...