Saturday, May 26, 2012

Is Dehydration Causing Your Yeast Infection?

There is an epidemic that is happening around the world and very few people are aware that it is happening. Even doctors tend to ignore the facts and they continue to prescribe us with medications whenever it is a simple cure that can solve almost all of mankind's problems. When I talking about? I'm talking about dehydration and the fact that all of us are severely lacking in water inside of our bodies. This causes a number of different problems but did you realize that it may also be at the root of your yeast infections? Here's a little information about what you can do if you are suffering.

First of all, you should understand that dehydration is the killer of us as individuals. Our bodies are well over 70% water and if we are depriving ourselves of this basic resource, our bodies are going to suffer as a result. In order for you to re-hydrate your body, you're going to need to be strict on yourself and begin drinking water regularly, every day. Even the usual recommended amount of eight glasses of water every day may not be enough for us to become fully hydrated. You need to drink half of your body weight every day in ounces of water along with taking some natural sea salt so that the water stays in your body long enough to do its work.

One of the many problems that we may have as a result of this dehydration is yeast infections. Although yeast infections do occur as an imbalance in our body, that imbalance may often be fueled by dehydration and the fact that we are not giving the natural bacteria that is good for us enough to live and thrive. Yeast is going to grow wherever it has a foothold and although it exists in our body at all times, if we throw our body out of balance, it will begin to multiply out of control.

Try drinking enough water to hydrate yourself for just a few days. Many people begin to feel relief in this sort of a period of time. Not only will you notice differences in the amount of yeast infections that you have, you will also notice large differences in the way that you feel and even the way that you look. Drinking water is one of the best things that you can do for yourself, make sure that you do it regularly.

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Urinary tract infection, Dehydration, or something else?

So when i wake up in the morning (and sometimes randomly during the day) and go to the bathroom my vagina has a kind of burning/tinging sensation. This has been going on for the past few weeks. I went to the doctor for this, i was on monistat at the time thinking it was a yeast infection, and he said i was dehydrated and didnt have a UTI. At the time i went to the doctor i also had an itching problem, but that went away after i used the monistat. I started drinking a lot more water, so what is the problem? Am i still not drinking enough?

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Nope, no antibiotic.
5 years ago

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didnt he give you an antibiotic? call the office to speak with a nurse to be sure..
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Thanks, I called him back and said it was a UTI and game me antibiotics.

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Are you sure it was your vagina that was burning??
The burning and tingling sound right for a UTI, but only if you feel it in your urethra, which is at the top of your vagina and below your clitoris.
Did your doctor ask you to pee in a cup?
I would get an
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