This problematic yeast infection
originated from a strain of the fungus called candida albicans.
The unpleasant symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection
are more likely to strike in the summer and are especially uncomfortable when it is warm.
Because some old wives' tale says it overcomes yeast infection
? No it doesn't, but even if it did, why would you even consider doing this?
Candida albicans, a fungus behind a number of infections including oral thrush, a yeast infection
in the mouth identified by a white film that coats the tongue and throat, causing painful swallowing; and denture-related stomatitis.
One health decision that many pregnant women had to face was how to treat a yeast infection
, which is as much as 10 times more likely to occur during pregnancy.
Dr Gunther says inserting garlic could cause other health problems, such as biofilms and pain, and says up to 70 per cent of women who self-treat for a yeast infection
never had one in the first place.
Gunter further explained how using garlic to treat a yeast infection
could actually make it worse.
She said: 'As 50 to 70 per cent of women who self treat for vaginal yeast never actually had a yeast infection
you can't say much, except half of them never had yeast to begin with so the irritation they had may have been a temporary thing and resolving wasn't garlic relate [sic].'
Gunter revealed that some women believe garlic with help cure a yeast infection
- but this is simply not the case.
with antibiotics, but then a vaginal yeast infection
In addition, Oral thrush is a type of yeast infection
that may cause tongue pain.
Perhaps you have a recurring infection, such as a sinus infection, yeast infection
, or urinary tract infection that just doesn't seem to let up.