Can I Treat My Yeast Infection During My Period
Good day, Eric Bakker, naturopath, authorof Candida Crusher, with another question I get asked from time to time from my femalepatients. Can I treat my yeast infection while I'm onmy period? You can treat it while you're on your period,but I think a better time to treat a vaginal yeast infection is before your period in theproliferative phase. This is when the lining of the endometrium is starting to build up.So from ovulation through to period is a better time to treat. And in Chapter 5 of my book,Candida Crusher, you can read my unique twostep treatment for chronic vaginal yeast infection.
In the time building up to the menstrual cycleis a good time to use a kill or antifungal treatment. And in the postperiod time isa good time to do a restorative treatment or a building up treatment. And I guaranteeyou if you do three or four of these treatments concurrently for three to four months, you'regoing to notice a big improvement. So you can treat while you're on your periodand I know some females do treat regardless of whether they've got their period or not,they'll treat. But I believe a better approach is to treat premenstrual cycle and post andnot during the actual bleeding phase. But it's up to you. You can use douching protocolswhenever you want.
So, I'm going to do a lot more tutorials regardingchronic vaginal treatments because this is an area I've treated many people over an extendedperiod of time. Have a look at my book, Chapter 5, and there is a lot of material there onchronic vaginal yeast infection treatment. So I hope that answers your question. Thankyou.
How Can I Get Instant Relief Form Vaginal Yeast Infections
Good day there, Eric Bakker, naturopath, authorof Candida Crusher. Here's a question I've got from a lady inTexas, a Mrs. Wright from Texas. And her question is Eric, how can I get instant relief fromvaginal thrush? Well, there are a couple of tricks and tipsI'll give you in this tutorial that are certainly going to help you. Many woman complain ofvaginal thrush three to four days prior to their period. You can have vaginal thrushat any time during your menstrual cycle, but it's more prevalent before the cycle. Andif you're a female and you have recurring vaginal yeast infections, you can probablywell relate to what I'm saying here. So if
you think about this for a moment, there'sa couple of things I'm going to tell you that make a lot of sense and I'd like you to followthese suggestions. Leading up to the period, about a week or10 days prior, why don't you start reducing consumption of alcohol, chocolate, sweet foods,candies, biscuits or cookies, things like this, or cut those foods out of the diet asmuch as you can. Make some changes. Get more rest. Drink plenty of water. Maybe have somegreen juice in your diet. Start making some changes also to the way that you work andyou relax. So sleep a little bit more, rest up a bit more, take it a bit easier in yourlife. These things are going to make it easier
for you to cope with if you do get any aggravations. When it comes to the treatment, it's alsogood for you to maybe avoid sexual relations for a little while prior to your period aswell because this could irritate the area and make you much more prone to having thevaginal thrush. If you look at these sort of factors, this is going to reduce the aggravation,which means that there will be less need for strong treatment. There are different cleansing approaches youcan use. And one I'd like to recommend you try is to get some Calendula tincture. SoCalendula officinalis is an herb which we
use, an antifungal, and I think it works verywell indeed. And I've written about this in my book in Chapter 5 in Candida Crusher writtenabout Calendula. Go to your herbalist and get a low alcohol concentration Calendulatincture, a high quality one, and use it at the rate of about a dessertspoon per smallbowl of lukewarm water for cleansing. This is going to work quite nicely before the period. So women tell me these things work quite well.Others are colloidal silver, adding a teaspoon of this per small quantity of water for cleansing;a good quality apple cider vinegar, not the commercial one, but a good organic pasteurizedproduct like Braggs is a good quality, for
example, or try the Calendula tincture. Theseare good approaches to use premenstrually. In my book, I talk about a cleansing stageyou do before the period, a kill stage, and then a build stage after the period. And thismakes a lot of sense. And if you do that for three menstrual cycles in a row, you're goingto get good relief, particularly if you follow the instructions in my book Chapter 7, Section5, the lifestyle section. If you read that and implement that plus also do the acutemeasures that we spoke about, you're going to get a lot of relief. When it comes to the chronic treatment, Iwant you to read Chapter 5 of my book. There's
some very good solutions, and I've got anexcellent solution which I've used for thousands of women now with much success. You can readall about that in Chapter 5. So I hope that answers your question. Thankyou.