Period is a scary time for sure. You feel like you can’t go a day without getting a period, and the thought of something you’re feeling and getting a period scares you to death. But is this true? I’ve been diagnosed with yeast infection and menopause for the last few years, and I’m not sure that this does me any good.
Yeast infections are common, and there are a few options when you get one. You can actually treat the infection, or even try to avoid getting one. The most common option is to use oral antibiotics and a strict diet. Most people I know who have a yeast infection and then go on to get period, do not go on to try to avoid it.
You can also avoid it by using a vaginal douche. That’s right, we’ve all been there. You can’t help but notice that the douche is a pretty big deal on many women’s lists of “things they shouldn’t be doing.” It’s one of those things that you’re going to have to make a conscious decision about your life.
As for vaginas, it’s not that you should avoid douching, but you should go to a gynecologist and get your period checked out. It’s pretty common for most women to go through their periods every month or two, and if you’re experiencing a problem, it’s important for you to find out right away.
In the short time Ive been reading this blog, I have found many people who have been experiencing the same thing as me after a yeast infection (or at least similar symptoms). Many of them seem to go to the same doctor who diagnoses the infection and then send them home with a prescription for something like antibiotics. I think we should all be aware that some of these problems are caused by yeast infections.
While yeast infections in general are not dangerous, they can be quite dangerous to someone with an immune-system imbalance and it can be hard to spot if youve had one before. They can also trigger other symptoms that make you feel even more ill. For example, a yeast infection can cause your period to continue for up to a week after being diagnosed.
Yeast infections can be treated with a prescription medication called antibiotic pills to prevent the yeast from reproducing (which can then cause other symptoms) or they can be treated with a yeast infection removal cream to reduce the frequency of the problem. While there is no guarantee that a yeast infection will ever be eliminated completely, there are a variety of ways to manage it and it can be a great learning experience.
Yeast infections can be very frustrating for women, most of the time it’s because they have a sensitive vagina. That’s why most of my patients are usually younger women who have had a hysterectomy and are in their mid-30s. It also helps to know that it’s not a common problem in women over 40.
It’s a great thing that yeast infections don’t run rampant but it can be frustrating for some women. Yeast infections can be excruciatingly painful and require medication to get rid of them. I personally have had a yeast infection for about three years. It took about two years of treatment to clear it so far. It is still painful, but I’m hopeful because I used to be a pretty good at dealing with it.
Yeast infection is an inflammatory disease that affects the lining of the vagina; the vaginal walls become swollen and painful. The vagina can be inflamed and painful for other reasons that can be unrelated to yeast infection. Some women may have an elevated blood pressure, for example.