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Does Your Period Clear Up A Yeast Infection?

I’ve had an e-mail from someone asking, “Does your period clear up a yeast infection?”

I like to post the questions on this blog because that way I’m not only giving this information to one yeast infection sufferer. Everyone can benefit from the answers this way, and I never give out any details of the email sender.

Online Candida forums

I can only assume for someone to ask a question like this that they have heard it somewhere on the internet. Usually information like this is given on forums that are not monitored very well. Old wives tales, and all other kinds of useless information will pop up on these forums from time to time, and is one of the reasons I learnt to stay away from them.

Back to the question

A period will not in any way cure a yeast infection. If someone’s yeast infection cleared up after their period then it was pure coincidence. Most women will find their yeast infection will get worse during their period because of their hormone changes during this time of the month.

Candida Albicans

A yeast infection is a fungal infection and needs to be treated with an anti fungal of some kind. If they are not treated, and the sufferer hopes the yeast infection will cure itself then it will only get worse and so will the symptoms.

The sooner you treat a yeast infection the better off you will be. If you’re having trouble curing your yeast infection then you will need to try a thorough anti Candida protocol.

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