What Causes yeast infections? when yeast infections happen, it's because our bodies bacteria levels are out of control. Many things can cause this and make you more susceptible an d aggravate other health conditions in the process. Repeated yest infections can mean as well as diabetes or another health condition.Just because you have repeated yeast infection doesn't mean you only have problems with blood sugars. It's certainly worth investigation though and checking your sugars more frequently. If you've tried numerous methods for fighting yeast infections, but it seems relentless, it's worth talking with your Dr.
about testing for other conditions,
Our bodies have both good and bad bacteria the good guys can get when things go off kilter for many reasons such as overpowered by the bad
guys, illness poor diet or medication. People who are diabetic can be more prone to yeast infections because their bodies levels are off due to their blood sugars and their lack of of strength of in their immune system can make it easier for unhealthy bacteria to thrive.
Treatment options; As long as you follow a strict diet and know that when you stray from it, your blood sugars go crazy sugar cab feed candida and make them replicate .
Over the counter yeast infection medication can help. Although they can take longer than others as they may not be powerful enough.
Diet may be the key as managing our blood sugars can be a key factor in controlling not only or sugars but keeping the bad bacteria at bay. You can also follow a Candida diet as it may help. improving your immune system can also be a big factor in the fight against yeast infections
How to treat yeast infections. There are a number of OTC remedies for yeast infection. As a diabetic, I would ask and talk to my Dr. directly as you want to get rid of it quickly, so it doesn't wreak havoc with your diabetes management. As many as 75% of women will get a yeast infection at sometime. Many more will have two or three in their lifetime.
Yeast infections can be common wearing tight or synthetic clothing can play a role. These items don't permit sufficient air circulation to allow the air to dry the area. Additionally frequently wearing panty liners does the same thing and fresh air can't get to the area to help it dry.
It's a difficult issue to talkAlways talk to your Dr. and ask questions. Get the answers you deserverve.
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