Vaginal Yeast Infection | How to Cure Yeast Infection

Vaginal Yeast Infection | How to Cure Yeast Infection


There is a relatively effective though one-dimensional
treatment for candida yeast infection called immunotherapy. In this treatment yeast infection
patients are ordered to avoid the consumption of basically all yeasty foods and sugary foods
and are given allergenic substance in dilute doses normally in the form of oral drops or
injection to enhance the immune abilities of the body and reduce the allergic response. The method also called Enzyme Potentiated
Desensitization (EPD) was developed by Len McEwen, M.D. (London) in the mid-60’s. The
newest form of this treatment is called Low Dose Allergens or LDA. In this treatment the patients receive up
to three injections every two months and for a maximum period of two years, depending on
the patients response to the therapy. The enzymes are suppose to enhance the candida
infection strength and may treat several other groups of allergens along the way. The EPD treatment for candida yeast infection
goes like this: For a period of ten days before the first
injection, the patients are given Sporanox, which is an anti fungal for systematic candida,
and De-Nol an anti- gastric ulcer agent that reduces the ability of candida to plant its
roots in the mucus linings of the intestinal tract. For approximately 3 days before the injection,
patients undergo a semi-fast in which they need to avoid the consumption of all food
allergens combined with the intake of the following supplements that improve the effectiveness
of the EPD treatment: Zinc, Folic acid and Vitamin D3. The response of the EPD treatment for candida
yeast infection varies among patients. Some patients may experience sudden and dramatic
improvement that wears off in time while some need increased doses through longer intervals
until improvement is maintained.

Can You Have A Yeast Infection Without Discharge?

Can You Have A Yeast Infection Without Discharge?


Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher and the creator
and formulator of the CanXida range of products. I’m talking to you from Las Vegas today. Having a great time here in Las Vegas. Awesome. We’re going to talk today about vaginal yeast
infections. Can you have a vaginal yeast infection without
a discharge? You sure can. This has occurred many times in clients I’ve
seen for a long period of time. I’ve worked with thousands of women over a
long period of time with vaginal yeast infections. In fact, it’s quite interesting when I go
up to Auckland in New Zealand on conferences and some of the doctors up there see me. Some of the more stupid doctors make all these
snide comments about my interest in women’s yeast infections, but my reply to that is
�It doesn’t matter. I’m getting really good results with many
women and I’m getting so many grateful emails and comments from people that have had these
infections for sometimes 20 years and we can get rid of them sometimes in three to six
months entirely.� It’s totally possible to completely get rid of a vaginal yeast infection
and to never get it back, but there are certain steps that you need to take, so please watch
my other videos on that. Some vaginal yeast infections involve certain
types of Candida. I deal with about 18 to 19 types of Candida
in my clinic. There’s a whole list of ones I commonly see. Some of the more common ones are Candida Albicans,
Candida glabrata, Candida tropicalis, Candida parapsilosis. I mean, the list goes on and on. Some of the more severe vaginal yeast infections
I see are Candida glabrata. I’ve seen some really bad. And often they involve itch and discharge. To me, it’s 50/50. A vaginal yeast infection can have discharge
or it cannot have a discharge. To answer that question for scientifically,
in my opinion, it also depends on estrogen a lot, on the woman’s menstrual cycle and
her hormones. Many women get bad yeast infections before
the period as estrogen starts to climb. I believe that the more toxic the liver is,
the more difficult it is to break estrogen down. The high estrogen spikes, the more disordered
the cycle is, the more likely she’s going to have a bad discharge. Healthy women tend to have a thinner discharge
and more easy to manage. These women tend to have much better regular
cycles. Woman that are quite large tend to bleed more. Women that are quite skinny tend to bleed
less. Woman that are large tend to have more estrogen
dominance also. Particularly, if they like alcohol and sugar
and fats in their diet. I believe a big part of this equation is detoxification
and great liver health and improving your menstrual cycle, which will improve the discharge
regardless whether you’ve got a yeast infection or not. But the Candida can exacerbate this really
bad. If you’ve got a vaginal yeast infection with
discharge, please consider Candida Crusher, the book I’ve written, and please also take
a look at CanXida formulations, the CanXida Remove, Restore and Rebuild. That formula has been out since 2013. We’ve worked on thousands of women. We’ve had outstanding results in this area. It’s an area I’m quite well known globally
for. Thanks for tuning in and I hope you got something
out of this video. Thank you.

Yeast Infections 101

Yeast Infections 101


I’m Dr. Lindsey Doe and this sex curious
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helpfully in human beings. They’re part of our natural healthy intestinal
flora. A yeast infection is when this flora grows more than
normal, out of control, in or on the body. Three in four vaginas have had at least one
yeast infection. There are also yeast infections of the penis;
the mouth, esophagus, and stomach called thrush; yeast infections on the skin, under the nails,
and more dangerous versions you can get in the lungs and bloodstream. Why we get yeast infections is not always
certain, but there are things that can put you at a higher risk of getting one. One way people get yeast infections is by reducing
the helpful bacteria that keep yeast in check. In vaginas this is typically lactobacillus, and by
using douches to rinse, sprays, harsh soaps and the like, lactobacillus is flushed away and
yeast can get an edge on multiplying more freely. For similar reasons, taking antibiotics can
lead to yeast infections too. Antibiotics are designed to wipe out an infection
but sometimes they also wipe out the good stuff. Which doesn’t mean don’t take them, just
know that it’s possible. Another way yeast grows past its welcome is
a warm, moist environment. Fungus like yeast loves growing where it’s
slightly damp and stuffy. So by lounging around in sweaty or wet clothes,
yeast are better able to flourish. So if you don’t want your body to be an open
house for yeast, make sure you air things out and wear breathable materials and loose
clothing. A third way people get yeast infections is from
someone else with a yeast infection giving them one. This could be vagina to mouth, mouth to vagina,
vagina to vagina, vagina to penis, penis to vagina. Then there’s penis to penis, penis to mouth,
mouth to penis. Note: I’ve read that the prostate can house
yeast and semen can transport it — so that a person who has a yeast infection may can
unknowingly transmit it to someone else. It’s valuable to reduce risk of a yeast
infection, but some causes are harder to avoid, like a weakened immune system. Things that compromise your body’s natural defenses
make it harder for your body to balance yeast. Like mono, HIV, and diabetes, a nutrient deficiency,
not enough rest, and or cancer treatments. The immune system can only take on so much. So when it’s damaged from battling other
invasions or lacks strength because of inadequate sleep and nutrition, yeast are much more likely
to get out of control. Since steroids work by suppressing the immune
system responses to problems (like lessening inflammation, hives etc.) then taking steroids
increases your potential for a yeast infection. Weigh the pros and cons with a medical provider. This goes for choices you make around your
hormones too. Hormonal contraceptives like the patch, pill,
ring, implant, and shot add estrogen to the body which can lead to yeast infections. This goes for infertility treatments, hormone
therapies, and being pregnant too. All of these can contribute to yeast growth. And finally, one more thing that increase
your chances of a yeast infection is stress. Stress tends to signal the production of cortisol,
a hormone known to weaken the immune system, AND it increases blood sugar — an energy
supply for yeast! So basically washing out the good stuff, leaving
everything clammy, rubbing up on someone with lots of yeasts themselves, compromising your
immune system, and altering your hormones might explain the cottage cheese like colony
in your crotch. I mean, you might not have a buildup of white
mucus. Other symptoms include white spots, itchiness,
rash, or redness, swelling, and increased discomfort with activities like urinating
and sex (depending on where you get the infection). Does it hurt, maybe burn, and smell like bread? Yes? It’s probably yeast. One way to know for sure is visit a medical
provider who can do an exam and even look at the situation under a microscope. Depending on their investigation, they might
be able to tell you how strong your yeast is and how easy or difficult it will be to
treat. Treatment may include:
Antifungal medications – suppositories which you just whoop put up
in your vagina to dissolve, creams and ointments you can lather onto your
genitals, tablets that can be taken orally for yeast
in the throat. Depending on symptoms and the strain of yeast,
you may be able to take a pill or pills called fluconazole or diflucan. One swallow and hopefully problem gone. Another treatment that I just learned about
is gentian violet, also known as crystal violet. It’s been used as antiseptic dye since 1861. You simply buy it from a drug or health food
store, and apply it to an infected area with a cotton swab — carefully not to stain everything
else around you. The dye is really messy but it treats candidiasis,
also known as yeast infections! Other options include boric acid suppositories,
as well as yogurt, and or garlic cloves. With the yogurt you want something plain,
low or no fat, and with lactobacillus. See how it reads Lactobacillus acidophilus
or sometimes L acidophilus? Push some in with a clean finger, use a tampon
applicator to insert, or make yourself a phallic shaped yogurt pop using a condom or glove
to fill up and freeze. The yogurt chilled or frozen should feel soothing,
so if it hurts, stop. Also, remember that whatever you put in will
leak out. So the more you place, the bigger the cleanup
— and it’s important to practice good hygiene. With garlic the trick is knowing how much
to use. If you notice your yeast infection early you
might be able to get away with half a clove inserted overnight. If there’s already creamy white discharge,
indicating that the infection is further along, go with a clove or two and notch them so even
more of raw garlic is exposed. Into the vagina it goes, as sanitarily as
possible, then remove it in the same fashion, clean hands, throw it away. It’s in your vagina, but your mouth is likely
to taste like garlic. Hopefully this is worth ending an infection. Support healthy bacteria to manage yeast activity. Get more lactobacillus or probiotics. Avoid sprays, perfumes, toilet paper, soap,
bath oils, bath bombs, certain lubes that might complicate things. Get enough rest and nutrients. Learn ways to manage stress. and talk to your partners (if you have them)
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This Drug-Resistant Bacteria Could Be Hiding in Your Armpits Right Now

This Drug-Resistant Bacteria Could Be Hiding in Your Armpits Right Now


Staphylococcus or, as it’s more widely known,
staph, is one of the most common bacteria found on humans around the world. In some
cases, it can pose a real threat to your body’s immune system – even proving lethal.
So, if it’s so widespread, why aren’t we all getting infected? – Hi, my name is Vance Fowler. I’m an infectious
disease doctor in the division of infectious diseases at Duke University Medical Center.
For the last twenty years or so, I’ve focused on the clinical care, and the research
around drug-resistant bacteria, and staph aureus in particular. Staphylococcus is a bacteria that lives on
our skin. And about 40% of people on the planet carry it on their body but are asymptomatic.
So almost half of us are walking around unaware that we’re carriers of staph. And usually that’s just fine. – There are many different kinds of staph,
but the one that causes the greatest amount of problems in human medicine is a bacteria
called staphylococcus aureus. This is generally the bacteria that people are referring to
when they talk about a staph infection. Staph aureus can be colonized in the nose,
armpits, genital areas, and other parts of the skin. And this colonization can go on
for years, with the patient being totally asymptomatic throughout much of their lives. – Sometimes, for reasons that we really don’t
completely understand yet, this staph will change from being a bystander to being trouble. And when it makes that change, that trouble
becomes an infection in your skin or soft tissues. How this usually happens is with
a break in the skin, allowing the infection to enter the body and the bloodstream. – And once you get staph in your blood, or
staph aureus bacteremia, then things get a lot more serious. The reason it gets serious
is because now it has access to infect and cause an infection
in virtually any site in the body. For example, it can cause pneumonia and
involve the lungs. It can cause infections in your bone, called osteomyelitis, and it
can cause joint infections, cause arthritis, and it can cause infections of your heart,
cause endocarditis. And this is what makes it unique in the bacterial
world – its ability to cause a wide range of medical concerns. This is because staph
aureus has what are called virulence factors, or things that allow it to cause infection. – Basically, though, all of its virulence factors fall into one
of two categories. They’re either adhesions, which are proteins that allow the bacteria
to stick to things that it doesn’t need to stick to, like heart valves, spines, bone…
or toxins, which, generally speaking, are involved in causing local damage to cells
and tissue. So it will cause cell rupture, cause tissue to break down and die. With the help of these virulence factors,
the bacteria can turn lethal once it gets into the bloodstream. – So wow, I know that sounds scary, and it
is pretty serious. How do you know you have a staph infection? The key thing about
a staph infection is you’re going to have symptoms in the site that’s involved. Because staph mostly impacts the soft tissue,
infections can look like a boil or abscess that’s red, hot, swollen or seeping. Fortunately,
these can mostly be treated with antibiotics. – Some of the other forms of infection may
be a little more subtle, and they may require diagnosis in the hospital or in the emergency
room. If you get staph in your bloodstream, really the hallmark finding is fever and chills. There’s another type of staph that is even
more alarming: MRSA, or Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. It’s a concern not
just because of its resistance to antibiotics, but also because it’s showing signs
of spreading into new territory. – The epidemiology of MRSA has also changed
over the years. Traditionally it was associated almost exclusively with patients who had been
in the hospital, or patients who had ongoing contact with the medical system, for example,
long-term care facilities, hemodialysis patients, things like that. But about fifteen years ago, something happened.
People with absolutely no contact with the health care system began to develop boils and
abscesses due to a MRSA infection. – Not only was this happening in the United
States, but throughout other parts of the world, other communities were experiencing
basically the same phenomenon of community-acquired MRSA infections. So, why in the world did this happen?
Well, that’sa great question and honestly I wish I could tell ya. It’s probably like most things,
a variety of several factors, but obviously critical amongst that has got to be
the overuse of antibiotics. And while there’s no commercially available
vaccine for staph aureus, there is some encouraging progress with medical advances. – One of the key elements that we’re just
beginning to understand is the role of the host in causing and perpetuating
staph infections. The interplay between the bacteria
and the host immunity is complex. Ultimately, because staph aureus is so common,
there are three main takeaways. These are: prevention – washing your hands
at home and in medical environments; recognizing the symptoms early: boils,
abscesses, and anything red or swollen; and seeing your healthcare provider
as soon as you see signs or feel ill. – We understand now that there are things
that we can do to help patients in the hospital have a dramatically lower rate
of developing staph infections. So for example, daily chlorhexidine baths
when they’re in the Intensive Care Units. While there have been setbacks in terms of
new epidemiology, new outbreaks, the opioid crisis… there’s a lot of reason to have
a good deal of optimism as well, in terms of new drugs and better understanding.

🙇🙇Yeast Infection Treatment Home Remedy

🙇🙇Yeast Infection Treatment Home Remedy


How can I Treat a Yeast Infection? It is fairly easy to treat a yeast infection,
but there are some caveats involved. Repeated yeast infections can be a sign of
an underlying medical problem which needs to be addressed, and persistent yeast infections
should be treated by a doctor or gynecologist. For women who are experiencing the symptoms
of a yeast infection for the first time, a trip to the doctor is strongly recommended
to ensure that a yeast infection is really the problem, as opposed to a sexually transmitted
infection. You should always go to the doctor to treat
a yeast infection if you have a compromised immune system because the infection can turn
ugly fast if your body lacks the ability to defend itself. Yeast infections, formally known as candidiasis,
happen when the natural candida yeast present in the body overruns the vagina. Candidiasis can also appear in other areas
of the body, such as the mouth. As the yeast proliferates, symptoms like itching,
burning, pain, and a thick discharge appear, and a woman may become extremely uncomfortable. Around three-quarters of women experience
yeast infections at some point in their lives, often multiple times, and some women grow
very familiar with the early signs. For those who go to a gynecologist to treat
a yeast infection, the gynecologist will perform a pelvic exam and take a sample to culture
to ensure that candida yeast is really the culprit. If it is indeed a yeast infection, the gynecologist
will prescribe anti-fungal medications which may be applied topically or taken orally,
depending on the medication, and the yeast infection should clear up in a few days to
two weeks. It is also possible to purchase drugs to treat
a yeast infection over the counter. Candidiasis medications such as Monistat are
often found in the feminine care aisle at the drugstore. These medications come in the form of vaginal
suppositories, creams with applicators, and pills, and the directions on the package are
usually very straightforward. Women who want to treat a yeast infection
naturally can try a topical application of yogurt with active cultures; these cultures
will kill off the yeast and help to restore the normal balance of vaginal fauna. There are some steps which can be taken to
prevent yeast infections. Keeping the vaginal area clean is highly recommended,
as is allowing fresh air to pass over the genital area as often as possible. Consumption of a great deal of sweets or the
use of sweetened lubricants or other materials around the vagina can increase the risk of
a yeast infection because the yeast needs sugar to thrive. Consuming yogurt on a regular basis seems
to help with prevention as well. Mild soaps should be used around the area
to avoid irritation, and the use of cotton or other natural fiber undergarments is highly
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Recurring Vaginal Yeast Infection and Boric Acid

Recurring Vaginal Yeast Infection and Boric Acid


Greetings. Eric Bakker from New Zealand, the naturopath
from way down under in New Zealand. Thanks for coming back and looking at my video. I’ve got a question here from a subscriber,
Joelle [Arosha 00:00:11]. So Joelle Arosha was saying, “Hi Eric. I’ve had recurring vaginal yeast infections
after taking antibiotics for a UTI. I just purchased your candida three pack,
and I’ve changed up my diet per your book Candida Crusher. Should I request Borax pills from my doctor
in addition to this for best results? I would really appreciate a response. Thank you so much.” Okay Joelle let’s talk about the vaginal yeast
infection and what you can do. So Chapter five in my book gives you a lot
of really good ideas on how to work on a vaginal yeast infection. There are many different products you can
use for vaginal infection. Vitanica is a company, which is put together
by Dr. Tori Hudson, very respected naturopath in the U.S. with a very big interest in women’s
health, and she brings out some beautiful borax suppositories you can use. I think they’re called Yeast Arrest from Vitanica,
with a V. Also you can use boric acid, I’ve written
about that in my book. So get yourself some size double O or 00 capsules. You can buy them at the health food shop or
online, and buy yourself about maybe four or six ounces of pharmaceutical grade boric
acid powder. So boric acid powder looks like, and it’s
not what you’re thinking. Okay. It looks like good stuff doesn’t it? That’s not from Columbia, all right? So it’s not what you think it is. That’s boric acid powder. So boric acid powder is extremely sanitary. It’s fantastic for vaginal issues. All you do is, you just fill up the capsules
with the powder, okay and put them in an old container, make sure you label it well and
keep it away from kids of course. And the best way to take the boric acid powder,
Joelle, in capsules is probably about a week leading up to your cycle. So work at when the vaginal irritation is
at it’s worst. And for many women it will be two or three
days leading up to the period, so just before the period the itching can get really bad,
or the discharge, or the problem. But for you it could be after the cycle or
it could be at specific stages, so try and work out when you actually get the problem,
and then insert vaginally those boric acid capsules. You’re going to start with, say two capsules
and leave them in overnight, and with experience you can use up to five or six capsules. Wear a pad of course, and in the morning give
it a bit of a clean out with a little bit of apple cider vinegar in some tepid water. A turkey baster with a soft silicone tip works
quite well for douching. That works very well indeed. So I’ve worked with, I would say easily, well
over 1,000 women now with this problem just in the last few years alone. And in most cases, this can be completely
cleared up within two to three menstrual cycles, you can wipe out bad vaginal problem. This is how you do it. You work on it vaginally, but at the same
time you work on the diet and lifestyle. There’s no point in drinking, having a bottle
of chardonnay, you know, and then a pizza for dinner and expecting not to get a vaginal
problem. Alcohol is the number one thing you’ve got
to stop. Even once per month, it’s just got to stop
if you’ve got a vaginal infection. The same goes if you’ve got … if you’re
a man watching this, if you’ve got a groin yeast kind of problem, you must stop the alcohol. So alcohol has got to be stopped. Please follow the Candida Crusher diet approach
and also take the CanXida tablets and the capsules at the same time. So follow the CanXida protocol. You can watch my other CanXida videos Joelle,
where I explain about how to take the CanXida. Normally with a vaginal infection you would
take the CanXida Remove at the rate of breakfast, lunch and dinner. CanXida Restore, you’re going to take with
breakfast, and with dinner. And with CanXida Rebuild, you’re going to
take one, twice a day. So I recommend you stay on that protocol for
about a good three months. At the same time, you’re doing the diet, and
then you’re also using the boric acid capsules. Capsules don’t need to be taken continually,
the boric acid ones. You just take them with the aggravation, and
preferably several days leading up to the irritation or aggravation. So if you repeat that vaginal treatment in
cycles, and maintain a diet and life style for six to 12 months, you’re going to clear
this thing up entirely. It’s going to work very well. If you’re on birth control, that could definitely
have a negative effect, so if possible, you may want to look at other ways of birth control
and stop taking the pill, because that can influence the vaginal infection quite a lot
too. And if you’re in a relationship, you want
to make sure that you don’t pass this problem from one person and then back again. So you’ll need to take that into account and
use good hygiene as well. And look at my other videos I’ve done on vaginal
yeast infection. There’s quite a few of them, but the CanXida
products work beautifully when combined with the lifestyle I recommend in my book, a diet,
and the boric acid capsules. That whole protocol is super, super powerful,
and you will definitely wipe out the problem, I’ve got no doubt. So thanks for putting the question to me,
and I hope that was a satisfactory reply. Thank you.