How to Avoid Yeast Infection


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Based on a research, 75% of women will experience vaginal infection once in their lives, and many also experience recurrent infection. Due to this fact, it is very important to learn the symptoms of this disease before doing self-therapy. In, we will discuss the details of yeast infection and tips on how to avoid it. Check out this review to naturally treat your disease

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How to Avoid Yeast Infection

  1. 1. Vaginal Yeast Infection Things You Should Know and How to Avoid It Brought to you by
  2. 2. Based on a research, 75% of women willexperience vaginal infection once during theirlives, and many are also suffer from recurrentyeast infection.
  3. 3. Because of this fact, it is very important to knowthe symptoms of this infection before doing aself-treatment.
  4. 4. In this video, we will talk about the facts of yeastinfection and how you can avoid it.
  5. 5. Here are the main symptoms of yeast infection:• Itching• Burning• Redness• And irritation on the vaginal area
  6. 6. If the yeast infection becomes severe, it causesthe vulva to swell. In some cases, womenexperience painful or frequent urination. This isthe result of the inflammation of the urinaryopening.
  7. 7. Other symptom is the excessive vaginaldischarge that is thicker than normal. This lookswhiter and like a cottage cheese and will beobvious in women who has vaginal yeastinfection. They will experience pain while havingsexual intercourse of the inflammation anddryness of the vaginal discharge.
  8. 8. The Causes of Yeast Infections
  9. 9. Candida albicans is a fungus that looks likeyeast. This is Candida can be found on theintestinal tract, mouth, and vagina.
  10. 10. We all have Candida and they do not cause anybad effect to our bodies. The Candida in themouth is called thrush and is often present inbabies and individuals with diverse healthconditions. When the vagina has Candida, this isknown as yeast infection or monilial vaginitis.
  11. 11. Yeast infection occurs when the normal fungigrow into high levels in the vaginal area. Asmentioned before, the most common fungi arethe Candida albicans.
  12. 12. The overgrowth of Candida is caused by the useof antibiotics or by wearing nylon or lycraclothing that traps the heat and moisture. Otherfactors that trigger yeast infection arepregnancy, diabetes, obesity, multiple sclerosis,and PMS.
  13. 13. Yeast infections are very common in womenwith HIV and women who have recurrent yeastinfections should be tested if they have HIV.
  14. 14. Some possible causes of yeast infection includeconsuming too many sugars, and the use of oralcontraceptives.
  15. 15. How to prevent yeast infection?
  16. 16. Use cotton panties as opposed to nylon andlycra. Do not wear panty hose without puttingon cotton panties underneath.
  17. 17. Women are who are in post menopausal andwho use contraceptives should use a vaginallubricant before having sexual intercourse toprevent having pains or irritations.
  18. 18. Yeast normally lives in the intestine. Therefore,after you have a bowel movement, be sure thatyou wipe from top to back to prevent thetransfer of yeast to the vaginal area.
  19. 19. You should also be careful during sexualintercourse to prevent the recurring of yeastinfection due to the contamination from thebowel or rectum.
  20. 20. Some women find it helpful to eat one cup ofyogurt daily after when taking antibiotics. Thiswill aid to the prevention of yeast infection.However, yogurt does not have the ability tocure vaginal yeast infections.
  21. 21. Avoid using perfume bath additives andpowders in the vaginal area. In addition,douching is not a good practice since it washesthe natural mucous that protects the vagina andleaves women at risk to yeast infections.
  22. 22. END OF PRESENTATION! Thanks for viewing! Brought to you by: YeastInfectionReviewss.Com