Chronic Yeast Infection

Many people have a chronic yeast infection problem and don't realize it

They may have all kinds of irritating symptoms and may have even seen a doctor a few times with zero results.

Maybe they have a rash and were given a prescription for some anti-fungal cream or something similar but the point is, many people have this problem and neither they nor their doctor realizes what is really going on.

The major cause goes back to the advent of prescription drugs on a large scale,  especially prescription antibiotics.

Everyone requires good bacteria for all the processes that go on in the digestive system snd there are always bad bacteria along for the ride, but in a healthy system the bad bacteria are kept under control by the good bacteria.

The worst thing about chronic yeast infection can produce so many su=ymptoms that it eludes diagnosis unless the the practitioner has some experience or knowledge about the subject.

Over an extended period of having chronic yeast infection, health can decline so badly, that many other problems develop, because a yeast infection cripples the immune system.

These problems that develop due to the yeast infection may get diagnosed but the treatment doesn't work well because the yeast problem isn't diagnosed - just the symptom that was caused by the yeast infection.

There are so many symptoms that can develop from having a yeast infection that you cannot pinpoint exactly what symptoms are yeast symptoms. Another person may have very different symptoms.

However, there are common denominators that can indicate a yeast infection and natural practitioners can diagnose it fairly well in recent years.

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Symptoms of Chronic Yeast Infection

There are different kinds of yeast infections but the one we are talking about is the  most common yeast problem caused by the organism called candida albicans.  It  is also referred to as candida and the condition is called candidiasis. The problem is called candida overgrowth.

Here are some common symptoms of yeast infection:

  • Rashes - anywhere but genital area most common
  • Constant fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Headaches
  • Feelings of isolation and detachment
  • Constipation/diarrhea
  • Digestive problems - mild to severe
  • Sensitivities/Allergies 
  • Hypoglycemia - low blood sugar - similar symptoms as high blood sugar (diabetes). Fatigue a couple of hours after eating and mid-afternoon energy crashes
  • Mood swings - 
  • Hormone imbalance - this can be a major cause of mood swings
  • Can invade specific organs and cause death, although this is unusual
  • Irritability 
  • Impatience
  • Wet dandruff/oily/itchy scalp
  • Easily fatigued from physical activity - low stamina
  • Constant aches and pains - muscle/tendons/joints. 
  • Females - noticeable vaginal problems - odors, discharge, itching.
  • Athlete's foot
  • Jock itch
  • Mouth/throat/teeth problems - tonsil infection common
  • Asthma
  • Anxiety/panic attacks
  • Depression
  • Discharge - from any body openings. Ears may produce more wax, mucus from nose/throat, burning feeling urinating.
  • Certain conditions in surroundings may be irritating - smells, sounds, etc.
  • Blurred vision
  • Ringing in the ears 
  • Slow healing
  • OCD
  • Nervous
  • Weight gain or loss

If the infection has been for an extended time, nutrition is compromised severely because the yeast prevents the body from getting full nutritional value, even from very healthy foods and there is usually some food sensitivities at this point.

Note: The type of yeast that is usually the problem is called candida yeast!

Why Yeast Infection Can Be
Hard to Diagnose

You can see from the list of possible symptoms why a chronic yeast infection can be hard to diagnose accurately. Many of the possible symptoms can also be indicators of other health problems.

That's why you may want someone experienced to diagnose it accurately.

You can try some self-diagnosis by eliminating certain foods to see if it makes a difference. The most common food indicator is anything sweet, which also includes foods made of grain and potatoes. That's because the starches in these foods are turned into sugar for energy inside the body. Usually, any kind of sugar affects people with chronic yeast infection.

The candida spit test.

There is a simple test called a candida spit test, that is fairly accurate, although most people oversimplify the test. There is also some experience required to interpret the test accurately.

The night before you do the test, set a clear glass over 3/4 full of clean water on your nightstand.

Then in the morning, before eating, drinking, or putting anything in contact with your mouth, work up a mouthful of saliva.

Then spit into the glass and keep an eye on it.

After a few minutes, take a look at the glass.

If the saliva is floating on top of the water, you don't have a yeast infection.

If there are strings and icicle like things hanging down in the water, you likely have a yeast infection. The time can vary but give it up to 20-30 minutes to make sure, although you may get a reading much quicker.

However, even if you don't have a yeast infection, you can have an overload of bad bacteria and this can also affect the test. Although, it may not form strings hanging down, particles may be visible floating  below the surface of the water and they may also settle on the bottom of the glass.

Doing this test before putting anything in your mouth in the morning ensures the test is accurate. Anything you eat, drink or anything that comes in contact with your mouth can change the outcome of the test because it changes the PH level in your mouth.

Note: Antibiotics cause yeast problems to reoccur. You have to do a candida cleanse naturally - that's the only way to keep it from recurring. 

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