Click on the post headline to read the full blogpost


The Time It Takes To Get Rid Of A Yeast Infection



Many women often ask “What’s the time it takes to get rid of a yeast infection?

There’s only one answer to that, and that is, it’s different for everyone. It all depends on the severity of the yeast infection, and the Symptoms of the yeast infection.

Vaginal yeast infection

If you’re only suffering from a vaginal yeast infection then you can start seeing improvements to your symptoms from anywhere between 12 hours and a week. Again this all depends on how bad your yeast infection is, and what treatment works for you the best.

Candidiasis

Candidiasis is the name given to a yeast infection of the intestines. This type of yeast infection can take anywhere between a few months and over a year to cure. This again depends on the severity of the infection.

The problem with candidiasis is you can have it for months before you start associating any of the Symptoms with a yeast infection. If you have started getting food allergies then you will have had the infection for a while. Not only do you have to deal with the Candida yeast, you have a battle with finding out which foods you are allergic to.

Some women can be getting themselves on the right track, and start seeing symptoms disappear only to start re-introducing certain foods back into their diet, and then have their symptoms return. In rare cases this can set their improvement back weeks or even months sometimes. Some women have candidiasis so bad it can leave their energy levels depleted to an almost bed ridden state. These are the women that can react badly to the re-introduction of the wrong foods.

No time limit

As you can see there are no time limits for getting rid of a yeast infection. It’s all down to how bad your infection is, and where you have the infection.

It would be great to have a more accurate time than that but in reality there isn’t, and if someone does tell you then be very wary of their advice.


Leave a Reply