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What Are the Causes of a Yeast Infection? How to Get Rid of Candida


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There are several possible causes of a yeast infection. If you've recently been taking an antibiotic you may develop a yeast infection. Many times I'll take probiotics in the form of acidopholous or bifidus at same time in order to doing a pre-emptive attack from developing a yeast infection symptom.

Eating a lot of sugar and simple carbohydrates can also lead to a yeast infection so be aware of this. Ina addition wine and beer can contribute to a yeast infection as well. Another possible cause of a yeast infection can be the birth control pill. Please speak to your doctor about this so he can find a hormone option that works well with your system. Additionally, certain spermicide gels may lead to yeast infections in some women as well. Diabetes can also lead to yeast infections as can menopause. Psychologically , stress levels can alter the body's chemistry and lead to rashes , fungi, yeast infections and ulcers.

Okay, now that we see that there are multiple factors that can cause a yeast infection, the sixty four million dollar question is, “what can solve a yeast infection"? First of all, don't do things to help the yeast grow such as staying in a bathing suit that is damp after swimming, wearing nylon underwear and staying in workout clothing after you've finished. Yeast loves a damp environment. Cotton is much better for ventilation than nylon as well.

Taking pro-biotics is good for your intestinal flora. You can find many types in the refrigerated section of the health food store. You also can find some unrefrigerated that are freeze dried.

A second supplement that is good is oregano oil. Oregano oil is excellent to help counter yeast and fungus infections as well as for bacterial issues.

A third way to use foods to fight yeast infections is to incorporate buttermilk and good bacteria. Tea tree oil and cider vinegar are good for baths to normalize the ph so it's less acidic.

Dee Cohen is a licensed social worker and writes at Yeast Infection Problems where you can visit and learn tips to fight candida successfully at


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