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Yeast Infection Causes by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Nov 2010 5:29am Introduction Balance is evident in all our lives. Although, one cannot see it, it makes its presence felt now and again in different ways – whether it is the race to save the planet or if you've been on a food or alcohol binge. One way or another, this idea of 'balance' comes up for review, time after time, whether it ... Read on »
Various Types of Yeast Infections and How To Identify Them by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Fri 16 Mar 2012 10:14pm When the average person hears the word yeast infection , they typically think of a female issue such as getting yeast infections or vaginitis. Many people don’t realize that a yeast infection can occur in a variety of places throughout the body in both men, women, and even children. A yeast infection occurs when the ... Read on »
Get Yeast Infection under control - Yeast Infection Super Cure by franklinb Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 8:07pm If you are suffering from a yeast infection right now, there are two things you need to do: You need to get rid of the yeastthat has turned aggressive, in the specific spot where your infection is causing you to itch, burn and drip. For many women, (and quite a few men) that spot is your genital area. ... Read on »
How To Completely Prevent Yeast Infections With One Easy Addition To Your Diet by greenthickies Posted Mon 03 Feb 2014 11:09am Nobody likes yeast infections. Seriously. Itchy, oozy and uncomfortable. Not to mention embarassing. I battled yeast infections for years, willing to try just about anything to get relief. I found out early on that I was allergic to the most popular over the counter product, so this led me on a quest to fight yeast infections without me ... Read on »
Australian Woman Has Possible Semen Allergy & Yeast Infection or Thrush by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 12:00am Question Ever since my partner and I have been having unprotected sex, I have been having a severe reaction straight after he ejaculates in me. It happens almost immediately with swelling internally and externally, burning, and pain for at least the next two hours. If I wash myself quickly sometimes this can help but if I'm too late the ... Read on »
Oral Yeast Infection – Thrush by Mike V. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:40pm 2 Comments An oral yeast infection in the mouth of infants and adults is called “thrush.” It is usually caused by the tiny yeast called Candida albicans. It appears as thick white lacy patches that can form anywhere inside the mouth, including the tongue or palate. If the white patches are scraped away, the area underneath will be red and may bleed. Occ ... Read on »
Yeast Infection and Pregnancy: What Are The Chances? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 29 Oct 2008 7:06am Prior to talking about the complexities connecting the prospects of getting Candida infections with pregnancy, we’ll take a brief look at the basic physiological grounds for the yeast infection condition. However the question still needs to be answered, does pregnancy make a woman’s body even more at risk concerning yeast infections? Some wome ... Read on »
If you have a yeast infection it is not harmful to your baby while it is in the womb by winter1101 Posted Sat 02 Feb 2013 1:11pm Due to hormonal imbalances and other disruptions to the body that can occur when you are expecting a child, yeast infection during pregnancy is quite common. Depending upon the stage of your pregnancy at the time you develop the condition, there are different options available for treatment. Prostatitis treatment. Natural treatment a ... Read on »
How do I know if my child has diabetes? by Penny .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:55am 1 Comment My usual blog-readers (if I have any) will probably not find this post of very much interest. This post is for those of you who may have found this blog through a search engine. The most popular search that I have seen by which people find my blog is: “How do I know if my son/child has diabetes?” or “What if my son/child has diabetes? ... Read on »
Of vaccinations, yeast, and coconut oil by CFMama Posted Wed 09 Feb 2011 9:53pm It seems so much has been going on in my life lately and although I feel very busy I couldn't even begin to describe what I've been up to. What is occupying so much of my time? I can tell you what I have not been doing - our dishes. Our sink is once again overflowing with dishes and empty bottles of Pediasure. I also have not been folding and ... Read on »