How Do You Know If You Have A Yeast Infection
A Look At The Symptoms Of A Yeast Infection
For many years I have suffered from yeast infections. It disrupted my life in many ways as it got worse and worse as time went. One of the biggest problems why it went unnoticed for such a long time, was that I did not really know all the symptoms of a yeast infection.
This shows me it is important to answer the question: “How Do You Know If You Have A Yeast Infection?” There are the well known symptoms and then there are the symptoms we do not generally associate with a yeast infection.
This is the reason for this site. I want to make sure everyone knows the well known as well as the lesser know symptoms of a yeast infection.
How Do You Know If You Have A Yeast Infection – Better Know Symptoms
Know the symptoms of a yeast infection and get rid of it.
As always, there are better known symptoms of a yeast infection and then there are the lesser known symptoms of a yeast infection.
So, to answer the question: How Do You Know If You Have A Yeast Infection?” it is best to start with the better known, and more common symptoms of a Candida overgrowth (a Yeast Infection.)
1. Symptoms of a mild yeast infection:
- Itching and burning that drives you up the wall
- Vaginal discharge (it has a paper mash or cottage cheese appearance)
- Some times there may even be vaginal odor
- Pain during urinating as the urine burns the affected skin
- Pain during sex or even sexual dysfunction
- Vulval swelling
- Heavy, stringy, creamy vaginal discharge
- Irritation, causing near-phobic scratching
- Unpleasant odor
- Unbearable pain during intercourse, making it unbearable
- Pain in the low pelvic area, even higher in the stomach
- Spreading inflammatory redness even down the thighs
- Very painful urination
Not all symptoms of a yeast infection is well know
Now for the rest of the answer to your question: “How Do You Know If You Have A Yeast Infection?”
Lesser know Symptoms of a yeast infection:
- Severe swelling
- A purple-reddening of the vulva
- The urethra and vagina may appear almost closed
- Vaginal and vulval dryness leads to skin cracks that are very painful
- Passing urine is very painful
- General lethargy
- Soreness, redness and irritation of the penis
- Sore urination for men
- A drop or two of unusual whitish discharge
- White spots or lesions under the foreskin
- Persistent athlete’s feet
- Thickening, discoloring or splitting of toenails or fingernails
- A drowsy mental stately
- Poor Memory
- Memory loss
- Muscle Aches
- Respiratory Infections
- Urinary disorders
- You are troubled by abdominal pains
- Blurred vision
- White spots in the mouth
- Sore bones and joints
- Abnormal gas
How To Treat A Yeast Infection
Now you know if you have a yeast infection, you have to treat it correctly
Treating a yeast infection timorously is very important. Do not ignore a yeast infection and hope it will go away on its own. An ignored yeast infection can turn into Candidiasis and make you very, very ill.
The best way to treat a yeast infection is by taking a holistic approach. You have to adjust your lifestyle, eating habits and take the correct nutritional supplements. OTC medications can give you temporary relieve, but it will mot cure the fungus infection permanently.
There is a very good ebook I would like to recommend, it is called Yeast Infection No More and it is a complete system to help you get rid of your yeast infection for good.
This ebook is written by Linda Allen after years of research and it is a complete guide to free you from yeast infections. You can be free of symptoms within 12 hours and then you can move on to getting rid of the Candida Fungus for good.
So, Go to Yeast Infection No More System Now.
You can also read more about Candida on my other site Yeast Infection