Can I Still Get Pregnant With A Yeast Infection
Hi there, Eric Bakker here again, author ofCandida Crusher and another question. Can I still get pregnant with recurring yeastinfections? You can; of course, you can still get pregnantif you have a recurring yeast infection. But it wouldn't really be a good idea to do that.It would make more sense to get rid of your vaginal infection before you conceive formany different reasons. I think for comfort, in particular, you'llfind if you can go through all your three stages of your pregnancy without a yeast infection,you're going to have a better pregnancy and a better delivery, wouldn't you agree? I thinkyou would. And also you don't really want
to have rampant vaginal infection during thedelivery time. It's not really something that many mothers would like to have. I can assureyou. So you still can get pregnant. It is possibleto treat a vaginal infection during pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester, but it'snot something I really encourage you do in the first trimester, in particular, althoughthere are various douche protocols that you can utilize. So to answer that question, can I still getpregnant with a recurring yeast infection? Yes, you can. But I would prefer that youwould treat and eradicate this infection prior
to falling pregnant. And you can read allabout how to treat acute yeast infections in Chapter 4 and 5 of my book, Candida Crusher.Chapter 5, in particular, I outline quite a good protocol and many different treatmentplans for you, some of the best ones I've found for vaginal infection. So I hope that answers your question. Thankyou for your question.
What Kind of Discharge Do You Have During Pregnancy
What kind of discharge do you have duringpregnancy? It's like a waterfall. Excuse me? Vaginal discharge is normal for all women,and it just gets worse during pregnancy. It's embarrassing. So wear absorbent pads so it doesn't affectyour clothes. You can use the same pads you do when you are having your period. I noticed spotting around the time I conceived,though it wasn't nearly as much as a period.
And you probably saw white discharge afteryou conceived. I was worried it might be an STD. If you think you have an STD, you need toget treated now so that it doesn't adversely affect the baby. There are horrifying Googleimages of birth defects caused by sexually transmitted diseases. I'm already paranoid about the baby. I don'teven want to dye my hair, paint my nails or do anything else. Brown discharge sometimes happens, especiallyafter minor vaginal tears after sex. However,
if you see bright red blood, you need to seea . Because I'm miscarrying. Or the placenta is separating, or you haveplacenta previa. Or you're in labor, early or not. What if it is another color like yellow orgreen? You might have a yeast infection or STD. Pregnantwomen, especially those with high blood sugar, are at risk of horrible yeast infections. And what if it is clear?
It might be normal discharge, or you mightbe losing amniotic fluid. If in doubt, you need to get tested. Very much so. What if it is a big glob? Then you might have lost the mucus plug, andthen you need to see the because it's a sign of labor. How do you know all this? Believe me, I have seen it all.