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Vaginal Candida
 

Candidiasis is commonly known as a yeast infection or thrush. It is a fungal infection affecting not only the genital area and is caused by the Candida species.
Candida Albicans is known as the most common of yeast infections.

It is estimated that around 7% of women report recurrent yeast infections which they endure around 6 times a year.

 
What is vaginal yeast?
 

Vaginal yeast infections are caused by a fungus called Candida albicans. Yeast are minute organisms that live in small numbers usually in moist areas such as on the skin, mucus membranes and inside the vagina. It is the acidic environment of the vagina and fluid emitted from the vagina that helps prevent yeast from growing. If the vagina becomes less acidic, yeast can grow in this area and cause a vaginal infection.

The acidic balance of the vagina can be changed by the following:

  1. Medications (Antibiotics, Prednisone)
  2. Diabetes
  3. Use of douches or perfumed vaginal hygiene sprays
  4. Birth Control
  5. Pregnancy
  6. Menstrual flow
  7. Certain foods
Good foods  Bad foods
   
  1. Butter
  2. Plain yogurt
  3. Sweet potatoes
  4. Pumpkin seeds
  5. Avocados
  6. Raw Carrots
  1. Potatoes
  2. Green olives
  3. Sodas
  4. Coffee and tea
  5. Moldy foods and cheeses
  6. Corn
  7. White rice
  8. Breads high in Yeast
  9. Highly sugary foods and sweets.
  10. Cranberry juice
Symptoms of Vaginal Candida
 
  1. Swelling and redness on and around the vulva
  2. White discharge which may or may not have a strange odor
  3. Intercourse becomes painful
  4. Itching around the vaginal area
  5. Burning around the vaginal area
  6. Pain during urination

Yeast infections affect around 75% of women once in their lifetime. Half of all women have more than one infection in their lifetime.

 
Treatment
 

Yeast infections are usually treated with medicine that you insert into your vagina using an apparatus called a douche. The procedure one follows includes:

  1. A cream that you insert in your vagina with a special applicator. This cream remains in your vagina and cervix, allowing it to dissolve. Any excess cream will flow out of the vagina naturally.
  2. Medicine in a pill form is also available such as antibiotics.
    Antibiotics have properties which allow them to kill both good and bad bacteria in the gut. It is this good bacterium that is essential in keeping Candida growth at bay and is why it is important to take a good pro-biotic whilst on any antibiotics. Pro-biotic’s help the body rebuild and resupply its good bacteria.

Antifungal creams and tablets include:

  1. Clotrimazole
  2. Terconazole
  3. Miconazole
  4. Butoconazole
  5. Nystatin

If you think you have all the symptoms of a yeast infection, be sure to have a check up with your doctor or gynecologist. It's very important to make sure you have a yeast infection and not a more serious infection or even a STD (sexually transmitted disease) which could result in infertility if not treated. The symptoms of a yeast infection are very similar to that of other infections, and this is why one may get confused between the two.

If you have often been diagnosed with yeast infections, talk to your doctor/gynecologist about using a medicine you can buy without a prescription to relieve your symptoms and treat the infection. Should the symptoms persist after this, a prescription may be needed.

 
Important Tips to Avoid yeast infection
 
  1. Don’t wear pantyhose
  2. Having oral sex performed frequently on oneself may increase the risk of developing Candida.
  3. Stop any gut bacteria from reaching your vagina by wiping from front to back after using the toilet
  4. Change out of wet clothes as soon as possible
  5. Avoid using feminine hygiene products such as (sprays, deodorant)
  6. Try to avoid using colored or perfumed toilet paper. Rather stick to plain toilet paper that has not been died nor aroma enhanced.
  7. Avoid using vaginal lubricants during intercourse
  8. Don’t wear tight clothing (wear cotton panties)
 
Can Candida be transferred from a mother to infant during birth?
 

Yes, Candida may spread from a mother to a infant during birth. Candida will however display itself differently in infants.

  1. During birth, any vaginal Candida infection can transfer to the baby. This is known as a oral Candida infection in the infant, which the new born baby may obtain from an infected birth canal.
  2. Breast-feeding is another way to transfer candida, as lactating mum’s nipples can transfer the Candida fungi to the infant.
 
   
       

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