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Womens-Issues First up, let’s see what the typical yeast infection symptoms are:- chronic itching of the vulva and labia, inflammation, pain when urinating, painful intercourse, unusual thick(ish) white discharge. Let’s me be clear here: You must consult your doctor for a proper diagnosis, especially when you’re pregnant. Don’t self-diagnose. Once having been diagnosed with yeast infection you can then discuss with your doctor how you go about treating yeast infections while pregnant. Now to the causes: The five major causes of yeast infections are; beneficial bacteria depletion, lowered immune system, hormonal changes, high blood sugar levels and some drug therapy. Here you’ll discover why being pregnant increases your risk of yeast infections and what you can do to treat your infection while pregnant in the safest possible way. The above are the five major root causes. But the actual symptoms are produced by the Candida albicans yeast-like fungi that reside in all of our bodies quite naturally. The fungi don’t usually cause us any problems because our body’s friendly bacteria keep them under control. However, if any of the five major root causes are present then the Candida albicans can ‘overgrow’ into an infection. So why are you more at risk of yeast infections while pregnant? Well, for starters, your hormone levels change during pregnancy, and hormonal changes are a root cause as you saw above. And if you start ‘eating for two’ by eating more than you normally would, you could be eating even more of the foods that have environmental hormones in them. These are hormones — as well as other additives like antibiotics, steroids, etc. — that are routinely added to animal feed. Probably the most critical cause of yeast infections are antibiotics which kill-off the good bacteria as well as the bad. And if you’re consuming food that has added antibiotics then you are at a higher risk of yeast infection. The same if your taking antibiotics prescribed by your doctor. And as you also saw above, a lowered immune system is a key cause of yeast infections. One of the triggers of this is stress. So that if you’re feeling stressed about any aspect of your pregnancy or your relationships during pregnancy, then this can impact your immune system. In addition, during pregnancy you may develop more of a ‘sweet tooth’ than normal. And you may also eat lots of carbohydrates. But these eventually turn into sugars. And you’ve seen that high blood sugar levels are a cause of yeast infections. So you need to find ways of treating yeast infection during pregnancy that are both effective and safe. Of course, you can get antifungal drugs in the form of creams, etc. over-the-counter or through your doctor. But these may only address the local symptoms not the root causes, so that at least 50% of women who have an infection will have more. Which is why more and more women are turning to natural treatments for their infections. Here are 5 natural ways of treating yeast infections while pregnant… 1. First, discuss all the following with your doctor. Be guided by him or her. And if you are on antibiotics, discuss alternatives with them. 2. Reduce your intake of supermarket red meat, processed meats and fish, and poultry. Instead, eat all organic meat, poultry and fish to avoid the added hormones, antibiotics, steroids, coloring, etc. Eat high-protein vegetables like spinach, asparagus, broccoli, soybeans, beans, pulses, nuts and seeds, etc. 3. Avoid sugar in your diet and drinks. And reduce refined carbohydrates such as white flour, white rice, pasta, breakfast cereals, etc. Instead, consume brown rice, polenta, barley, oats, rye bread and quinoa, etc. 4. Do all you can to reduce stress. Take regular rests. Do some gentle relaxation exercises. Get other family members to take on many of the household duties. And gentle exercise is beneficial too. 5. Build-up your beneficial bacteria by eating natural yogurt every day. But it needs to be un-sweetened yogurt with no fruit nor coloring. It should say that it contains ‘live active cultures.’ These are the good Lactobacillus Acidophilus bacteria that attacks the Candida fungi. You can also apply over the local symptoms. And you can even coat a tampon in it and insert overnight too. These 5 steps can help in treating your yeast infection during pregnancy. But there are many other issues that you need to be clear about in order to prevent recurring infections while you’re pregnant. See below… About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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