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Is A Yeast Infection A Sign Of Pregnancy

A commonly asked question is, is a yeast infection a sign of pregnancy? These theories must start somewhere, where though, I have no idea. But to answer the question, pregnancy and yeast infections are not related one bit. You can have a yeast infection while you’re pregnant, but a yeast infection is definitely not a sign that you are going to have a baby eventually.

See your doctor

Women that ask this question couldn’t have been to see their doctor yet either otherwise they could have asked them. So if this is the case they can’t be certain that they have a yeast infection. This is why it’s important to see your doctor at the first sign of any symptoms in your vaginal area. You get a correct diagnosis, and you can also ask your doctor if you’re pregnant if you’re worried about it.

What a yeast infection is a sign of

A yeast infection is a sign that you have Candida overgrowth in your vagina, and it needs to be cured as soon as possible. If you’re lucky this will be the only place on your body that the Candida is infecting so you can easily cure yourself quickly.

A simple natural yeast infection cure

An easy way to naturally cure your yeast infection is by using a tampon dipped in a live, natural, sugar free yogurt, and then you insert teh tampon just like you normally would. Leave it in for a couple of hours then remove it. Don’t leave it in any longer than that because it can actually start making your symptoms worse. The friendly bacteria that is in the yogurt lives naturally in your vagina so you have no chance of the Candida becoming resistant to anything. You can use this method a couple of times a day. If it hasn’t got better within a few days then you may need something stronger.

It’s important to remember to use a sugar free yogurt otherwise you’ll end up feeding the Candida yeast that is infecting your vagina.

If you do have a yeast infection, and you happen to be pregnant then I’ll say congratulations, and I hope you give birth to a happy, healthy child.

Posted January 10th, 2012 in yeast infections.

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