Apple Cider Vinegar for Yeast Infection Natural Treatment
Apple cider vinegar for yeast infectionnatural treatment the common problem for people especiallywomen a hot and humid conditions a yeast infection it usually occurs in theintestinal tract mouth or vagina it is also called vaginitis in this diseasecauses itchiness redness of the exterior vagina and in the inner vagina theyellowish or abnormal vaginal discharge and irritation before directly going tothe and get the antifungal that should be finished or you will get theresistance you can try apple cider vinegar apple cider vinegar is one ofthe natural remedies to cure this
disease without making any resistance how it works apple cider vinegar is anatural antibiotic so it helps the body to fight the bacteria fungi and otherdisease caused by microorganisms it contains with mild acid and it helps tokeep the natural pH balance of the vagina it also prevents the growth of yeastinfection because you cannot live in the lower ph of the vagina in addition thegood bacteria in the intestine and in the vagina improve the immunity toagainst the infection when you take it
orally the proteins and enzymes in thisvinegar boost the immune system so you can protect yourself from the eastinfection or cure soon yeast love sugar and this vinegar helps you to reduce theblood glucose level in your blood apple cider vinegar is simple to use howto use apple cider vinegar for yeast infection you can take a glass of warmwater and add one to two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to your glass and donot add sugar or honey to it remember that the yeast love sugar drinkthe mixture of it two to three times a day to prevent it and to cure theinfection
another way is by a mix a tablespoon ofapple cider vinegar in a glass of water and drink this before meals twice a dayit will be better for you to take it on an empty stomach this natural remedy can be taken everyday to prevent the spreading fungus you should take the organic apple cidervinegar and mix it with fresh fruit or vegetable juice to add the great taste you also can add herbal teas to preventthe spreading of the yeast infection apple cider vinegar for yeast infectionas many benefits besides it is only to
remove the east you can stay healthy by consuming itbecause of its other benefits inside you also will get cured of yeast infectionpitching and irritation the most important thing is you can get thenormal discharge again the most important thing in this case is thisnatural remedy has no side effects you do not need to worry about anythingelse especially about the dose it is not as you consume any medicine it istotally different even you want to stop consuming it italso does not matter it is not a
prescription antibiotic therefore youfeel free to stop or continue in taking it thank you for watching please subscribeour channel to stay up to date with our daily informative tutorial by clicking thesubscribe button also don't forget to like this tutorial and leave your comment.
Fungal Infections and Antifungal Treatments Ringworm Candida Aspergillus Histoplasmosis
Distinguished future physicians welcome toStomp on Step 1 the only free tutorials series that helps you study more efficiently by focusingon the highest yield material. I'm Brian McDaniel and I will be your guide on thisjourney through Fungi. This is the 1st tutorial in my playlist covering all of Microbiologyfor the USMLE Step 1 Medical Board Exam. We are going to review Opportunistic Mycoses,Systemic Mycoses, Superficial Fungal infections and Antifungal medications. This info isn't very high yield for theexam, but I want to give us a little bit of a foundation to build on. Fungi are a groupof eukaryotic organisms that present as either
a unicellular organism (Yeast) or a multicellularorganism (Mold). They are nearly everywhere in nature, but only a small percentage cancause disease in humans. Most of the infections that occur are asymptomatic or so mild thatthat are not detected. Many of the pathogenic Fungi are dimorphic, meaning that they arepresent in the form of a mold in colder temperatures and present in the form of yeast at warmertemperatures (such as body temperature after infecting a human). A way to remember thisis the mnemonic â€œMold in the Cold, Yeast in the Heat.â€� Fungi have a complex reproductivelife cycle that includes formation of Spores which can live in the environment in a vegetativestate. Humans usually contract fungal infections
by acquiring these spores from environmentalsources such as soil. Most fungal infections do not have a person to person spread. Mold form hyphae while Yeast form buddingyeast and psuedohyphae. Both hyphae and Psuedohyphae are branching filamentous vegetative structuresof fungi and each form spores. True hyphae have septae or cell walls between sectionswhile psuedohyphae are formed by budding without a true cell wallseptae between sections. The high yield fungal infections can primarilybe broken down into two groups, Systemic and Opportunistic. Fungi in the systemic categoryhave a higher virulence and can infect health
individuals. While these fungi can infectimmunocompetent individuals the infections are usually mild and localized to the respiratorysystem. In immunocompromised individuals the infections can more commonly spread from thelungs and disseminate to the rest of the body. Systemic fungi are found in specific geographicregions so when a question stem mentions a specific state that should be a buzzword toconsider these fungi. Opportunistic Fungi are lower virulence and have to â€œwait forthe right opportunityâ€� to infect a host. Opportunistic infections usually only occurin immunocompromised patients such as those with AIDs, transplanted organs or cancer.For both systemic and Opportunistic Mycoses
infections the route of infections is mostoften inhalation of a spore from an environmental source. This first leads to a respiratoryinfection, and then given the right circumstances the infection may then spread to other partsof the body. Candida is the exception as it is normal skin flora. We all have Candidapresent on our skin and it only causes a problem when factors lead to an overgrowth of thefungi. The highest yield systemic mycoses are histoplasmosis,blastomycosis Coccidioidomycosis. The highest yield Opportunistic Mycoses are Candida, aspergillus,cryptococcus, mucormycosis Pneumocystis Jiirovecii.
For the most part, these different fungalinfections cannot be differentiated based only on the signs and symptoms. Most of thefungi present like pneumonia with vague flu like symptoms. Therefore, the different fungiare primarily differentiated based on histologic examination of the sputum, biopsy or swab.A stain such as PAS or silver stain is usually needed to visualize the fungi. You shouldbe able to identify the histology of each fungus via a pictures and a text descriptionof the findings as you can be presented with either in the question. Coccidioidomycosis is one of the SystemicMycoses. I give it a high yield rating of
Hair Loss Issues Fungal Infections and Options When PRP and Finasteride Dont Work for You
Thank you for your question!You're 21yearsold and the photos and history that you submitted, you're describing ascenario where you had some hair thinning and initially you also had to deal with fungalinfections in your scalp and that you lost some hair. And after undergoing three plateletrichplasma (PRP), you appear to have some improvement. However, in more recent history, you'vebeen placed on a 100mg Fluconazole to take weekly and finasteride and you state thatthe hairs fallen out because of those drugs so you are asking what to do next.Well I can give you some guidance and my thoughts about your situation. I'm a board certifiedcosmetic surgeon and a fellowship trained
oculofacial plastic surgeon, practicing inManhattan in Long Island for over 20 years and I am also the founder of Trichostemâ„¢Hair Regeneration centers, a system we've developed to treat hair loss which does involvewith the use plateletrich plasma (PRP) as well Acellular matrix and has been a verysuccessful treatment as a nonsurgical treatment for hair loss so I think that what we haveto define is the causes of your hair loss and then decide on the solutions.First of all, having a fungal infection can have a negative impact in your hair. Fungalinfections are often difficult to manage, do require both topical and systemic treatmentwhich appears you to be getting. I would agree
that there is some degree of hair loss associatedwith fungal infection but at the same time what appears to be is that you also have agenetic male pattern hair loss also called androgenetic alopecia. Now the challenge foryou was that of course you went to the PRP injections which appear to help you and thenthe hair fell off or fell out and so you may be making the error of correlating the initiationof finasteride and fluconazole with causation of the hair loss.To just get some concept to the challenge of with hair loss, with finasteride what you'redoing is you are inhibiting an enzyme called 5alpha reductase. This is the enzyme responsiblefor converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone.
Dihydrotestosterone follicles or sensitivefollicles will thin therefore, when you diminish it actually will slow down the thinning processand that's an important distinction. Finasteride does not necessary stop hair loss, it actuallyslows it down very effectively in many people. Unfortunately, a lot of our younger patientsand a lot of patients in general come to us don't want to take Finasteride because ofconcerns of long term sexual side effects. Now it is important that you do manage yourfungal issues but at the same time there is a little bit of a window where you may havesome benefit from a treatment that is a little bit different from the PRP. As far as my experienceis concerned, plateletrich plasma which we
use a lot in our practice we use it for fineline and wrinkles, we use it for acne scars, we use it for scar revision, we use it forcomplexion improvement. We love using plateletrich plasma, we use it for dark circles under theeyes but in my experience Plateletrich plasma for hair loss has a short term benefit. Thisis reflected by my observations on patients who come to us. People have come to us afterthey had plateletrich plasma injection will say that I went for injection every monthfor about 4 months and although I have seen some improvements, I just didn't know IfI can keep doing that. In our practice, Hair Regeneration has beenour solution for long term treatment of male
pattern or female pattern hair loss. We douse plateletrich plasma as part of our treatment but we also use extracellular matrix. Nowthis combination appears in our experience with over 5 years of data and hundreds andhundreds of patients come to us from around the world, with one single session treatmentwe've been able to for the majority of our patients 99% for both men and women stop theprogression, initiate or reactivate growth of hairs that is not growing and have thinninghairs become thicker. Now we do customize the treatments so thereare people will do maybe a second treatment in the second year but over all that systemhas been able to be successful for people