Topic: I HAVE BEEN GETTING YEAST INFECTION AND BAD SMELL FOR THE PAST 7 MONTHS.?
June 26, 2019 / By Eliott Question:
it usually comes after my period i did go to my obgyn 5 months ago she said i had a group b strap infection then i used antibiotics it did clear up then again the next month came back.now i have been using over the counter creams you know monistat,vagisil,you name it..but i just want to know why does it keep coming back?help please thanx!!P.S don't say go back to the doc cause i don't have insurance and i still did not pay the first bill..
okay i'm married and i have the iud and i always wash and dry myself after i use the bathroom and i'm very clean i don't understand why and you know sometimes i stay with out panties so my vagina can breathe you know what i mean!!
Chauncy | 4 days ago
Persistant yeast infections can be signs of auto-immune disorders including HIV. I'm not saying that to scare you, but it might be a good idea to go to a free clinic to have that ruled out.
Yeast infections can be caused by a lot of other stuff too - you should wash your vaginal area daily and always wipe from front to back when you pee or poop.
Some people just have chronic yeast infections. Yeast infections can be caused by stress, antibiotic use, and, as someone mentioned above, can be sexually transmitted even if the man has no symptoms.
Do you ever happen to use food as foreplay? Anything sweet that you stick in there, whipped cream, fruit, chocolate syrup, etc. can cause yeast infections because the yeast eat the sugars.
Clean your tub and toilet seats off very well. Fungus can grow in a lot of places.
It could also be that the infection is actually bacterial. I think you can buy tests to determine that - talk to your pharmacist.
Stuff you can do to prevent symptoms: always wait until your vagina is completely dry before putting on panties. Air that area out from time-to-time - yeast needs dark, moist, warm places to operate, so letting the sun shine in, so to speak, can help. Some say that eating yogurt helps as well, but that's questionable.
Originally Answered: How to get rid of a yeast infection?
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1. Choose cotton underwear and do not wear tight trousers (Moulds love warm, dark spaces with limited airflow).
2. Avoid damp environments where airborne moulds are ever-present.
3. Exercise everyday to relieve stress. Aerobic exercise is especially useful in treating candida as Candida and other fungi do not thrive in a high-oxygen environment. Also, fresh air and regular exercise have a positive effect on immunity.
4. Cut all foods containing yeast including bread, pizza, crackers, pastries, muffins, mushrooms and ferments like soy sauce, cheese, tomato paste, beer and vinegar.
5. Avoid refined carbohydrates as they are known to have a depressant effect on the immune system.
6. Get organic coconut oil which cost about $5-7 dollars from a health food store and take 2 tablespoons of it every morning. It will help give relief from the inflammation caused by yeast (candida), externally and internally to your body.
7. Get apple cider vinegar RAW. I would recommend the one from a company called Bragg's which is about $6 dollars. Take 2 tablespoons of it the moment you wake up from bed and before you go to sleep. It helps encourage the growth of healthy bacteria, which in turn minimizes the overgrowth of candida and balances your body's pH level.
8. Eat lots of leafy Green Veg's every time you are hungry.
9. Get probiotics supplement which cost about 20-30 dollars. Use as directed
10. AVOID ALL SUGAR BASED FOODS
Originally Answered: How to get rid of a yeast infection?
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Um..that sucks! No, seriously, I couldn't imagine having a never-ending yeast infection for as long as you have.
Even though you don't have insurance the doctors can't deny you medical treatment. I would go anyway.
do you have unprotected sex with your dude?
If you do then HE needs to go in and get meds. for HIS yeast infection, they can have them with no symptoms.
If you just got done clearing it up and it comes back after sex with him, then he is just giving it back to you every time. You both need to clear it up before it will go away.
Originally Answered: Why have I been experiencing pain in my lower abdomen and the flank of my back for the past four months?
I understand that this is a very serious question, and I am going to answer it seriously. Your symptoms sound very similar to mine and my doctor found it difficult to work out whether it was to do with my bowels or my reproductive system. She did 2 urine tests - both came back negative for infection. Blood tests suggested that my liver/kidney function were fine. She then sent me for a pelvic ultrasound, but on a whim, decided they may as well do a full abdominal ultrasound. This was fortunate, as it revealed a tumour growing on my kidney. Even though this was nowhere near where I felt the pain (much lower down) - it seems the pain was "referred". So what I am saying is, it's very difficult for doctors to diagnose the source of pelvic or abdominal problems as there are so many bits in there. I would suggest you push your doctor to refer you for some kind of scan - this is the best way of seeing what is going on, and will either provide you with reassurance, or get the medical people moving in the right direction.