Curing Yeast Infection without Discharge

Some people may experience having yeast infection with discharge while there are those who experience the condition without discharge. Although the condition is very common in women, take note that the symptoms of the condition are not the same at all times. Yeast infection and pregnancy usually go hand in hand, but even women who are not pregnant can also be infected by this type of fungus. One important thing that should be remembered is that it is necessary to know how the condition can be determined in order to apply an immediate treatment for it.

Yeast infection is not exclusive to human as yeast infection in dogs is also possible, and that only shows how common the condition is. Yeast infection affects approximately 75% of the women population worldwide and being able to identify the symptoms of the condition is the best way to deal with it. The common symptoms of the condition include the following:

  • Vaginal itching and discharge that usually appear like cottage cheese
  • Vaginal irritation, burning, redness and rash
  • Foul smell like beer or stale fish
  • Painful vaginal intercourse

In case you are having trouble identifying the symptom of the condition, it would be best to visit your physician instead and opt for a thorough diagnosis and learn how to cure yeast infection.

Since yeast infection is a very common condition, it is necessary to learn about its causes, as well as the measures that one can take to prevent the condition. For example, yeast infection in breast can be contracted when breastfeeding a child that is affected by baby yeast infection. Oftentimes, yeast overgrowth is the primary cause of the condition, as well as the regular use of tight clothing that can trap heat and moisture on the skin. Other conditions that can lead to infection include diabetes and obesity.

Wearing cotton panties and avoiding Lycra or nylon can also help prevent skin yeast infection. Avoid wearing a panty hose without a cotton panty underneath. After you have cleaned yourself, make sure to wipe the vaginal area properly to prevent yeast growth. In case you are consuming antibiotics, make sure to consume yogurt on a regular basis as well. When suffering from yeast infection, you may also choose to not wear underwear while sleeping to speed up the healing process of the condition.

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3 Responses so far.

  1. Patrice says:

    not wearing underwear at night can speed up healing? Never heard of this but sounds comfortable. I’ll try it and hope it works.

  2. Hope Tiangha says:

    For those pregnant women, these yeast prevention tips helps a lot. Wear only cotton underwear, avoid taking baths, use only natural unscented personal care products, and avoid sugars and refined foods.

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