Just wanted to know if yeast infections can make u really sick just wanted to know please help me adn what to take for it
29 Jun 2010
Hello don´t get desperate my ex wifwe continuosly suffered from yeast infection it did not make her sick at all..but that is her ..not all organisms function in the same way.
What really worked for her was Canesten (Clotrimazole cream 0,2 g)
She applied this one directly to her vagina.
I am not a Gynecologist... before you decide which option suits you best you must contact your Gynecologist first... OK
This is what I know about what you are undergoing
Treating yeast infection generally involves taking antifungal medicines, such as:
These medicines are taken by mouth, applied directly to the affected area, or used vaginally.
Risk Factors for a Yeast Infection
Several factors are associated with an increased risk of yeast infection in women, including:
Having uncontrolled diabetes mellitus
Using oral contraceptives or antibiotics.
Other factors that may increase the incidence of yeast infection include:
Using perfumed feminine hygiene sprays
Using topical antibiotics and steroid medicines.
Wearing tight, poorly ventilated clothing and underwear also can contribute to yeast infections.
Women with recurring infections should work with their healthcare providers to discover possible underlying causes of their chronic yeast infections. Health experts do not know whether yeast can be transmitted sexually. Because almost all women have the fungus in their vaginas.
Good luck, and do´nt worry so much!
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