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Vaginal Yeast Infection

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Neither. A bacteria is a bacteria. A virus is a virus. Vaginal yeast is a YEAST (fungus). The duration of treatment, as well as the success of your...
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Yes...either one has the potential of setting the stage for a yeast infection.
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Hi, I would think by the actions of a yeast infection, why having one would not be a good time to try and get pregnant, if this is a re-occurring...
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You bet. If you have a vagina, you can get a vaginal yeast infection, because yeast likes warm, dark, moist places. The vagina is one of them.
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No....a vaginal yeast infections is caused by yeast (Candida, monilia). Colase -- a stool softener -- will not cause a yeast infection.
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Sometimes, if you can the symptoms long enough for your immune system to combat it. Why would you wait? Vaginal yeast infections are miserable, and...
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To prevent yeast infections, you should:Wear loose clothing made from natural fibers (cotton, linen, silk).Avoid wearing tight pants.Don't douche...
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Yeast infections are most often treated with medicine that you put into your vagina. This medicine may be in cream or suppository form and many are...
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A few things will increase your risk of getting a yeast infection, including:Recent treatment with antibiotics. For example, a woman may take an...
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Yeast infections are not usually transmitted through sexual intercourse and are not considered a sexually transmitted disease.
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Yeast infections of the vagina are what most women think of when they hear the term "vaginitis." Vaginal yeast infections are caused by one...
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Vaginal yeast infection and vulvitis may be treated with antifungal medications that are applied topically in and around the vagina or with...
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Vaginal yeast infection is suggested when a cheesy white discharge is noted over the walls of the vagina, but the symptoms of vaginal yeast infection...
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Vaginal yeast infection and vulvitis cause symptoms that are nonspecific, which means that aside from the yeast infection, other conditions can cause...
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Vaginal yeast infections occur when new yeast is introduced into the vaginal area, or when there is an increase in the quantity of yeast already...
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