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Do Antibiotics Treat Yeast Infections

Do antibiotics treat yeast infections?

This is a question that someone sent in recently, and the simple answer to it is, no. Antibiotics will kill the yeast infection, but they do more harm to other parts of your body, and leave your body in a condition that is more open to bacterial and fungal infections.

More information here

There is more information informing you why antibiotics are no good for curing yeast infections here. If you don’t already know, antibiotics are the biggest cause of yeast infections and other bacterial infections.

What you can do to cure your yeast infection

If you’re looking for another kind of treatment because the yeast infection treatment you have been using isn’t improving your health as well as killing the yeast, you can try a holistic yeast infection cure or a natural yeast infection cure. Both of these cures have a success rate of over 97% and do more than just kill the yeast.

These yeast infection cures will…

  • Kill the Candida yeast
  • Repopulate your digestive tract with friendly bacteria
  • Heal the cell damage cause by your yeast infection
  • Cleanse your blood
  • And more

Linda Allen’s holistic yeast infection cure

Sarah Summer’s natural yeast infection cure

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