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How Can I Get Rid of Yeast Infections?

Monday, 24 Nov 2014 02:28 PM

Question: Is there something you can take if you have too much yeast in your body?
 
Dr. Hibberd's answer:
 
Antifungal preparations are available to clear excess yeast growth from the body. Topical and oral preparations are the most common ones used. Yeast rarely requires IV medication, but when yeast does invade the bloodstream, hospitalization can be required to correct both the cause and the yeast sepsis.
 
Most non-intravenous anti-yeast preparations are very inexpensive. Candida (yeast) is an essential component of the microbial population of the gastrointestinal tract, skin, mouth, and vaginal area in women. It is generally not able to access your bloodstream without injury or an underlying disorder of or immune-system problem.
 
Some fungi are not normal to have, but candida is normally present in some areas. It can grow to excess, however, and need management and treatment.

In some cases, the use of antibiotics may foster yeast overgrowth in the bowel, mouth, and vaginal areas that may need supplemental antifungal treatment for symptom relief.

More involved overgrowth issues can occur as a result of underlying health conditions (some serious) such as immune deficiency, cancer, or infections (including HIV disease) that need treatment. Isolated chronic bowel overgrowth is not as common as you might think, and expert guidance from your physician is advised when this is suspected.


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Question: Is there something you can take if you have too much yeast in your body? Dr. Hibberd's answer: Antifungal preparations are available to clear excess yeast growth from the body. Topical and oral preparations are the most common ones used. Yeast rarely requires IV...
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