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Candida Yeast Infection Symptom How to Spot a Candida Yeast Infection Symptom Early


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Yeast infections are horrible things really that are caused by the Candida fungus getting out of control on your body. They leave you uncomfortable and come with a whole range of symptoms that are not very nice. It is thought that around 75% of the population suffer from yeast infections at some point or other, so it's no wonder that it is such a hot subject with people searching for cures and treatments to make it all go away.

It is true, that if you can spot the candida yeast infection symptom early then you stand a much better chance at making the infection go away much quicker, or even better still - preventing it from fully breaking out in the first place. This is indeed possible to do, but trust me when I say that you need to spot the symptoms early enough.

So, how can I tell if I have a yeast infection?

Simple, from the very first moment that you might even suspect that a yeast infection is happening, just use my checklist below and if you can answer ‘Yes’ to most of them, then it is highly likely that you have a yeast infection coming on.

The 4 Main Candida Yeast Infection Symptoms:

1. ) Itching - Particularly around your mouth or genitals. If you notice any prolonged and unusual itching going on around here, then chances are there is an infection developing.

2. ) Redness/Rash - If there is any sort of red areas developing, whether they are just a red blemish or have spots/lumps then this may well be a rash developing because of the candida infection in this area.

3. ) Discharge - As unpleasant as it sounds, this is a common sign of an infection. If you notice any ‘cheesy’ looking discharge around your mouth and particularly in the genital area, then take note and don't ignore it.

4. ) Tiredness/Feeling under the weather - Not as common as the first 3 candida yeast infection symptoms, but a lot of people report feeling tired and under the weather during their infection. If this is noticeable for long periods of time when it is not usual to feel this tired, then this could be another symptom of your infection and should not be ignored.

If you suspect that you are experiencing most or all of these 4 candida yeast infection symptoms, then you are most likely developing a yeast infection. Fortunately, if you have followed my advice and acted quick enough, you should have caught it very early on in it's development and treating it should be much more effective and you may even be able to stop it coming on all together if you use a suitable treatment straight away, so don't delay - treat it now!

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