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Signs Of Yeast Infection In Women That Should Not Be Taken For Granted

Burning, itching, redness, and a white discharge from the urinary tract and vulva are all symptoms of yeast infection.

Swelling around the pubic region, burning feeling during urination or pain during intimacy, soreness, and redness are some of the other signs of yeast infection. Let's take a look at some of the most prevalent signs of yeast infection in women that you shouldn't dismiss. Just sit tight and finish reading this article.

The itching and burning sensation that comes with this infection can be very unpleasant, and some infected people avoid talking about it or refuse to talk about it at all. However, it is a serious health condition that must be treated as soon as symptoms appear in order to avoid negative consequences.

This form of yeast infection is considered to be most frequent in women, with an estimated 75 percent of women experiencing at least one yeast infection during their lifetime. But don't panic; yeast infection is not a death sentence, but it is a health concern that must be addressed before it worsens.

Let's look at some of the factors that contribute to this medical condition.

The yeast infection is caused by yeast, which is already present in your body. This yeast infection is also known as candida. When the yeast in the body is balanced, it poses no health risk; nevertheless, when that balance is upset, there is a problem, especially when the yeast rapidly grows; as a result of this imbalance, an infection can develop. Antibiotics, which reduce the amount of Lactobacillus ("good bacteria"), pregnancy, uncontrolled diabetes, a weak immune system, hormonal imbalance around your menstrual cycle, stress, and other factors may all contribute to this infection.

Yeast is also a sort of fungus, with candida being a specific type of yeast.

A yeast infection might take a few days or even weeks to treat, and if you have a recurring vaginal yeast infection, you should discontinue your current therapy and get a lab test or see your doctor for the best advice and treatment.

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