Using Yogurt for Yeast Infection Treatment
How to use yogurt for yeast infectiontreatment? yeast infection called also as candlevaginitis is a kind of infection attacks around the vagina the vagina in fact hasits own ability to give the best protection from the fungal howeversometimes the amount of it are not balanced because of stress for the useof antibiotics it makes the overpopulation of microorganism and itbecomes out of control when the yeast infection comes you can try to kill itout you can use yogurt in it however the research about yogurt foryeast infection is limited
you do not need to worry about believeit because some evidence reveals the truth How it work? yogurt that contain lactobacillusacidophilus can help you to prevent and treat this disease when the populationof the canada is over control the LH esophagus can restore the condition inits area to be controllable anymore it is because of this bacteria is one ofcanada's friends the LH esophagus produces lactic acid and it keeps thevagina is ph level keep low and it is
not suitable to Canada yogurt for yeastinfections can give you the maximum result if you apply it correctly youjust need to apply the yogurt directly on your vagina sure you need to makesure your vagina is clean and your hand to apply it is also clean you can stayat naked for a while so that the component in the yogurt can work welland absorb well to the detected area how How to use yogurt for yeast infection? if you want to try this method it is better for you to use the plane or the unsweetenedyogurt remember the triggers Canada's favorite food so that you should avoidanything contained with sugar the
healthy diet with low sugars low fatsand low processed foods is a great way to keep the vagina healthy the amount ofthe yogurt for yeast infection is around the table spoon in its dose it can kill the canada inyour vagina you may trust this way to solve youryeast infection problem especially because of this method is inexpensive ithas a low risk of side effects it is also will not make a bacterialresistance as an antibiotic it is safer than using the antibiotics yogurt foryeast infection still becomes the
simpler choice for you however you have to be patient inapplying this method it is because of the work of this method which containsfull of natural ingredients before you go to the pharmacy in a hurry it is better to try this method firstthe last choice if it does not work is you can put the topical or oralantifungal to solve this infection however it is the best thing for you toprevent them treat start to keep the vaginal area clean and keep your hygieneis to change the underwear twice a day
at least and choose the nonstickmaterial for it make sure the material of your underwearabsorbs the wet very well keep the vagina dry thank you for watching please subscribe our channel to stay up to date with ourdaily informative tutorial by clicking the subscribe button also don't forget tolike this tutorial and leave your comment.
What Is An Intracellular Latent Yeast Infection
Thanks for checking out my tutorial today. I'vegot a question today from a lady in New York. Eric, what is a latent intracellular yeastinfection? I've been reading a page on the internet and would like to know your takeon it. I just had a look at a page by a lady, Marjorie Crandall, actually, on latent intracellular yeast infection. This is something I've knownabout for probably about 15 years plus. And Crandall says here basically, it's a lowgradeyeast infection and it's not very active. It's also termed chronic atrophic erythematousCandidiasis, so atrophic means quot;not feeding.quot; It's not really growing and the erythematousmeans quot;redquot;. So redness, probably burning,
stinging pain, not growing, it sounds a littlebit like vulvodynia or a condition I see a lot with women where they'll get an area ofthe vulva red and inflamed. It's not active yeast but what happens isthe yeast will often get into the epithelial, deeper into the tissues. They'll stop growing,but they'll keep producing enzymes and also Candida byproducts like toxic metabolic byproducts.And this can create infection and inflammation on a deep level, and it can often create painlike burning, stinging. This is a typical pain that many women experience around thevulva region, a term called quot;vulvodynia,quot; pain around this area. It's latent, so it'snot very active.
What I'm not really happy with with what Crandall proposes is longterm use of some kind of a medical antifungal drug, probablyfluconazole, probably for 6 or 12 months and also continual use of topical hydrocortisone.I think this is not a very good treatment, Crandall, because giving patients longtermantifungals and topical steroids, steroids are really bad to use long term with patients.They create adrenal suppression. They weaken the adrenal and the stress access. They makethe person more prone to infection down the track. They weaken the immune system. Theyweaken the skin tissue. Longterm fluconazole has proven not to be effective. It doesn'ttarget any bacterial parasites, purely Candida.
It's not a good idea. You're weakening theimmune system. A typical fluconazole resistance has been reported in literature now for manyyears. So giving any drug or supplement for 12 months nonstop is a crazy idea.I've often said going into battle with guns and bombs and bullets and that, it's justnot really going to work. You're just basically upscaling. You're just creating more hostility,and counterattacks, is a good word to use. You can't fight Candida with guns or bombs.You just can't keep dropping drugs on these people all the time. It's not the way to doit. What's the solution when we've got this latentintracellular yeast infection? The first thing
I'd probably do is get the patient to makesome serious lifestyle changes. Crandall, in her defense, did mention some lifestylechanges, but unfortunately, the first three or four things on the page were all aboutdrugs, drugs, drugs. Lifestyle changes are the key thing to do with these patients.I've successfully helped hundreds of cases of vulvodynia of women get rid of this condition.Many, many times by looking at them very carefully, understanding that many of these women havegot high levels of anxiety and depression. They get relationship problems. I know allthis. I've seen it before. Many of them are working moms with a few children. They'rehigh stress. They've got poor sex lives. They've
got a lot of pain, irritability, and they'rereally sick and tired of feeling like this. They're sick and tired of going to the sand getting repeated drugs and no real results. These women often need a significant lifestylechange. I get them to cease all alcohol, all sweet foods, and all chocolates. A woman mightbe watching this and saying, quot;Done itquot;. Done it. Done it. It's not working. Been there,done that.' Okay, what you probably haven't done is made some other changes. You've gotto learn to say quot;noquot; to people. You've got to learn to relax more. You've got to taketime out because all this high stress and anxiety is only affecting your immune systemfurther and further. It's just pushing it
Types of Genital Pain
Hi everyone! My name is Sarah and welcomeback to Everyday Consent. A couple weeks ago, I made a tutorial about PainDuring Sex where I discussed how undesired, usually accidental pain can often be avoided,and how we can help ourselves and our partners recognize that there's a problem and tryto fix it. Part of the process of becoming more awareof what we are experiencing physically and communicating those feelings is simply education.Namely, education about what kinds of sensation and pain are unusual and might be a sign ofa problem. So, to that end, today I want us to learn a bit about some of the more commonsexual and genital pain issues that the medical
community is currently aware of, and someways that they are treated. Now is a good time to remind you: I am nota health professional. My hope is that the information in this tutorial will help you tobe more generally aware of what you or a partner might be experiencing and maybe point youin a useful direction if anything sounds familiar. Or it might just be interesting new information.But please do not confuse it for medical advice. If you are concerned or curious about anyof this, please please please seek out the help of a health professional or at leastdo some further research online. I'll put some resources in the description below.
Now let's get right to it. Some issues canaffect anyone regardless of sex, such as Urinary Tract Infections or Yeast Infections. A Urinary Tract Infection, or UTI, is whenbacteria finds it's way into the urethra and does not get properly cleared out duringurination. The bacteria then infects the urethra, bladder, or kidneys and causes all sorts ofnastiness. They are often characterized by painful or uncomfortable urination, and theycan cause sex to be painful as well. UTIs are pretty common, and are usually treatedwith antibiotics. A Yeast Infection is a fungal infection, usuallywithin the vagina, but it can also affect
the skin of the penis. Yeast infections oftencause soreness or itching, and can also cause pain or a burning sensation during urinationor sex. Yeast infections are generally treated with prescription or over the counter fungaltreatments. Many Sexually Transmitted Infections or STIsalso fall into this category. I'm not going to go into STIs today, but they are anothercommon source of sex and genital related pain. Again, I'll put some resources below ifyou want to learn more. There are also plenty of sexual pain disordersthat only affect those of a given biological sex. Let's start with a few common causesof pain affecting people with genitals considered
biologically male. Peyronie's disease is a connective tissuedisorder in which scar tissue forms within the sheath of the penis under the skin. Itis often, but not always, related to the penis being severely curved. Usually with Peyronie's,the pain is most severe when the penis is erect because there's more tension on thescar tissue, but there can be pain while flaccid as well.Treatment for Peyronie's reallydepends on the specifics of the case, but it can range anywhere from simply waitingthings out, to medication to break down the scar tissue, to surgery.
Prostatitis is a swelling of the prostategland which can make urination and ejaculation painful. Prostatitis is fairly common. It'swhat your is checking for during a prostate exam, and may affect up to 50% ofall cis men at some point in their lives. Prostatitis treatment also varies and mightinclude medication or surgery. Phimosis and Paraphimosis are both issuesof the foreskin being abnormally tight and restricted in its motion. With phimosis, theforeskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head of the penis, and with paraphimosis,the foreskin is too tight to be pulled forward over the head. Initial treatment of Phimosisand paraphimosis generally involves various