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Using Monistat When You Don’t Have A Yeast Infection

Using Monistat when you don’t have a yeast infection? If you are then you’re joining the small percentage of women who think that using anti fungal drugs in their vagina is healthy. It’s easy to purchase Monistat now, but this powerful anti fungal cream should never be used without the guidance of a doctor or health practitioner Using this cream when you don’t have a fungal infection can lead you into years of recurrent yeast infections.



Drug resistant yeast infection

When you use anti fungal drugs in your vagina when you’re not suffering from fungal overgrowth you force the Candida that is living in their to mutate into fungus. You have Candida living in your vagina all the time, and it is being kept under control by friendly bacteria. Every women has Candida living in their vagina, there is no need to do anything if you’re not suffering from an infection.

When you apply the cream containing Miconazole you force the Candida to mutate into a fungus. This is a natural self defense procedure, and when the Candida mutates into a fungus because of the exposure to the Miconazole, it then becomes useless as a cure for your infection. Because the drug has caused your yeast infection it won’t be able to be used to treat it. And because the fungus in your vagina is resistant to Miconazole it can also be resistant to other anti fungal drugs that your doctor can prescribe you.

Recurrent yeast infections

Once the fungus in your vagina is resistant to drugs you’ll start suffering from recurrent infections that can go on for years. Every time you attempt to treat yourself with another more powerful anti fungal drug all you’ll do is make the fungus in your vagina more aggressive. If you’re using oral treatments in an attempt to cure yourself then the Candida that is living in your intestines can also become drug resistant, and then your good health is in serious trouble.

Systemic Candidiasis

Once the fungus in your body really starts taking control of the environment in your intestines it will begin to feed on the walls of your intestines. When it perforates them the toxins from the yeast will enter your blood stream, and then you’ll start suffering from so many different symptoms that your doctor will have no idea what is causing them.

At this point many patients are put on anti depressants because their doctor starts believing that the symptoms all in the patients head.

All of the above is the reason why you should never use Monistat when you’re not suffering from a yeast infection, and you should never use it without the guidance of a health professional.



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