These 5 Things Are:
- Do You Know Chronic Yeast Infections May be a Sign of Diabetes?
- Trying to Get Pregnant Can Take Longer With Regular Yeast Infections
- Ever Hear There are at Least 20 Kinds of Yeast?
- If You Catch a Cold, You’re at Risk for a Yeast Infection
- Your Partner May Have Candida Overgrowth and Not Know
A yeast infection is uncomfortable, painful and embarrassing. However, it can also be an indicator of a more severe problem and even though your doctor is likely to be aware of the association, you may not ever be informed. Although it seems as if this is the type of information that is more important than any other and would allow you to make informed decisions, there are a variety of factors that go into keeping us uninformed and paying significant sums of money into a system that may only provide temporary relief of our symptoms.
Obviously, I encourage everyone to educate themselves and to learn about the different treatment options that are available for this problem. The Candida Crusher Program can empower you to heal yourself, just as I and many other women have, without resorting to chemicals that can produce terrible side effects and may not actually provide a permanent cure.
What Won’t Your Doctor Say?
- It is important to acknowledge that some doctors:
- Are going to be more well-informed than you might hope
- Will be less aware of current, modern theories than their counterparts might be
- A relatively small group of physicians will be open to natural medicine and treatments that may not involve the pharmacological industry
- Unfortunately, physicians who are of the latter group are often few and far between
Do You Know Chronic Yeast Infections May be a Sign of Diabetes?
Diabetes runs in my family on both sides and therefore, I am very careful about my diet and exercise. I stay at a healthy weight, don’t over-do desserts and see my doctor regularly. I thought I knew the symptoms of diabetes and could keep a close eye on it. As a result, I was shocked to find out that having three or more yeast infections in six months could be a sign of diabetes. Hyperglycemia, as well as hypoglycemia, even without the formal diagnosis of diabetes could also be a contributing factor to recurrent yeast infections.
Blood sugar levels and yeast levels are all closely related and feed into one another. Ladies, that means that if you have done everything right and the yeast infections keep coming back, ask a doctor to check your average blood sugar for the last three months. It’s a quick, easy test that could give you the answers you need.
Trying to Get Pregnant Can Take Longer With Regular Yeast Infections
Although Candida overgrowth is not associated with infertility or the formation of scar tissue, it will contribute to inappropriate PH levels. Those PH levels could make it more challenging to get pregnant and could make it more difficult to treat chronic yeast infections once the bundle of joy is finally on its way.
If it doesn’t seem right, it shouldn’t be there, regardless of where on your body the symptoms are appearing. Anything that is wrong with your body could delay ovulation and therefore make it more difficult to conceive, but please don’t think of chronic yeast overgrowth as being a form of birth control.
Ever Hear There are at Least 20 Kinds of Yeast?
Yes, I wrote that correctly. I know it’s hard to believe, but there are at least 20 different kinds of yeast in your body and they all need to be present in the right amounts in order for you to be healthy. The scary fact you may not know is that over the counter treatments cannot cure symptoms from all the different kinds of yeast, so you could be treating for a problem you don’t have.
If You Catch a Cold, You’re at Risk for a Yeast Infection
Even if you didn’t take antibiotics, you could wind up with a yeast infection. This is due to the fact that anything that slows down or irritates your immune system could allow the yeast to grow. Ideally, you can keep healthy and keep your immune system strong, but if you can’t, you may need our help.
Your Partner May Have Candida Overgrowth and Not Know
A yeast infection, or Candida overgrowth is not considered to be a typical STD. However, it is very possible for you to swap it back and forth with your partner, with them never having symptoms. If they do have symptoms, they are unlikely to be the same as yours and may take longer to appear. Be sure to discuss your situation with your partner and to take appropriate precautions until you are both on the mend.
In today’s modern medical settings, it’s important to take the control that we need from our physicians. Although it shouldn’t be hard to get the information we need to make informed decisions, all too often, it is. If you are tired of needing to see a doctor multiple times for this embarrassing problem and still having symptoms, I invite you to access the Candida Crusher Program. It has more information than you are likely to get in multiple medical appointments and it is my belief that it will put you on the road to health and well-being.