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I Have A yeast Infection And My Monistat Isn’t Working

This yeast infection blog gives me the chance to reach out to hundreds of yeast infection sufferers every day. And answering the questions that are sent in by women gives everyone the benefits of the answers. Everyone can learn about their health, and there’s no reason why anyone should be walking around with poor health caused by the mutated Candida yeast.

A women has said “I have a yeast infection and my monistat isn’t working.”

3 reasons this can be happening

There are 3 reasons that any anti fungal cream or suppositories don’t appear to be working. The first and most important is to make sure from your doctor that you do actually have a yeast infection. A high percentage of women self diagnose themselves, and get the diagnosis wrong. Even if you have had a yeast infection in the past you should still get a correct diagnosis from your doctor before you start using any medication or natural cure.



The Candida is resistant to the anti fungal cream

If the anti fungal cream you’re using isn’t working you can have a resistant strain of yeast inside your vagina. And while you keep applying the cream it will just make the yeast stronger and harder to get rid of with anything.

Intestinal yeast infection

If your anti fungal cream isn’t working it can be an intestinal yeast infection that keeps repopulating your vagina with the fungal form of the Candida yeast. To keep on using an anti fungal cream in this situation is known as the band aid effect, where you are just masking the real problem by only treating the symptoms on the outside of your body. You will need to start an anti Candida protocol to cure your intestinal yeast infection as your doctor can’t prescribe anything that will cure it.

Tens of thousands of women are suffering from yeast infections of the intestines worldwide at any one time and don’t even realize it. One of the reasons for this is a lot of the symptoms like aching muscles and joints, and lethargy and a shortened memory are put down to getting older. This is from women in the thirties and forties, and there’s no need to be suffering from these symptoms if you’re a normal healthy person, especially if you’re only in your thirties or forties.




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