How Can I Cure My Yeast Infection Naturally
Good day there, Eric Bakker. Here's a questionfrom Jenny. Jenny lives in Alabama. I think that's in America, Alabama. Eric, how can I cure my yeast infection naturally? This is a question I get asked quite regularlyfrom people. Many people are concerned about pharmaceutical drugs. They're not interestedin looking at pharmaceutical intervention or medical treatment for their yeast infectionbecause they've been there, done that, it doesn't work; vaginal infections, toenailinfections, jock itch, there are many different types of yeast infections that simply don'trespond permanently to pharmaceutical intervention.
Natural treatment is different. We're notjust treating the symptoms here. We're going to look at the causes. We're going to getyou to be accountable to make some changes and your body is going to respond by gettingrid of this yeast infection permanently and naturally. So one way to cure your yeast infection naturallyis to look at holistic, is to avoid pharmaceutical drugs entirely, keep away from antibiotics,the pill, hormone replacement therapy, antiinflammatory drugs, steroidal drugs, any type of drugs.You just need to watch out for these pharmaceutical medications. They create side effects andthey're going to give you problems long term,
and then you end up with two types of problems:your yeast infection and symptoms of a disease which you to eventually get on top of as well. Naturally curing Candida involves diet andlifestyle and using natural medicines. And there are many tutorials you'll find on my channelwhich are going to go indepth about the natural ways to cure a yeast infection. There aremany very good natural medicines that will do exactly this that will cure the infectionpermanently without side effects and it's exactly what you want if you're looking fora natural cure. So I hope that answers your question. Anymore questions? You're bound to find them
on my YouTube channel. If you can't find them,please contact me on Candidacrusher and ask me your question and I'll reply to it.Subscribe to my channel; you're bound to find a lot of questions on there that will answeryour questions and you'll be the first one to find out about my new tutorials as well. Andplease go to yeastinfection to complete my yeast infection survey. Thank you.
How Does The Test Me For Yeast Infections
Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath, authorof Candida Crusher with a further frequently asked question. How does the test me for a yeast infection? Well, there are many ways that your could potentially test. But if you're talking about a vaginal yeast infection, your will probably do a smear test and take some cell samples there of the cervix or the vaginalwall and check to see if they can culture yeast off this or bacteria. The other way that some s do it is byway of blood testing by checking for antibody
levels. But generally medical practitionerswill test by doing swabs. Not many medical practitioners really believe in systemic Candidiasisor bloodborne Candida infections, even though they do exist and there's certainly plentywritten in the medical literature about this; not many believe it. But antibody testing is quite valid, althoughsome argue that you can have antibodies all your life to Candida and not have symptoms;what we call asymptomatic. Others believe that antibody levels are significant regardlesswhether you have symptoms or not and still signify you need treatment for Candida.
I believe the best way to test for a yeastinfection is a stool test. And I'm going to do a lot of FAQs on stool testing and explainstool testing indepth to you, the various components of the stool test, and why thisis a superior way to test for yeast infection. So how does a test for yeast infection?Usually a swab or a vaginal test is the main way, if they test at all. But, yeah, thatwould be the way they would test. So I hope that answers your question. Thankyou.
How to Have a Healthy Vagina by Dealing With Infections and Other Ailments
1.Try overthecounter remedies for yeast infections. Most women experience yeast infections nowand then, and they can usually be combated with overthecounter antifungal creams orsuppositories. The treatments come in doses that are taken over a period of 1, 3, 5, or7 days, depending on how severe your infection is. Most yeast infection treatments also comewith antiitch cream that can be used to help with itching and burning around the vulvaarea. If you aren't sure that what you have is ayeast infection, you should see a to double check. Yeast infection symptoms includecurdlike, yellowish discharge with a bad
smell, itching and burning in the vaginalarea, a rash on the vulva, and burning or soreness.If your infection still won't go away after a week or so, make an appointment with your to get prescription medication that will wipe out your infection.You can also try doubling your daily intake of yogurt or other fermented foods to increasethe levels of quot;goodquot; bacteria in your body. 2.Go to the to get treated for vaginitis. Vaginitis can be caused by yeast infections,bacterial infections, parasites, and other causes. It's characterized by a dischargewith a fishlike odor, burning and itching,
and a rash around the vulva. You can buy overthecountercreams to combat the uncomfortable symptoms, but you should go to the to figureout the cause and receive a prescription as necessary.3. Get regularly tested for STDs. Sexually transmitteddiseases such as HPV, chlamydia, genital warts, and others can cause longterm damage if leftuntreated. If you have unprotected sex and feel there's a possibility you could havecontracted an STD, make an appointment with your or go to a health . In manycases you'll be able to get free testing. 4.Go to the if you notice something out
of the ordinary. Many women aren't familiarwith the way their vaginas look and feel, so they aren't aware when something changes.Every vagina is different, and it's important to know how your vagina normally looks, feels,and smells so that when something changes, you'll notice and seek medical attention ifnecessary. Go to the if you notice a stark change in color, warts or other bumps,discharge that smells or looks different, or if you have pain in your vagina.