Can you treat a yeast infection with yogurt, strawberry or banana?

You’ve heard people talk about it, but you wonder if it’s just a myth. You’re curious because you have that familiar feeling and you know you have another yeast infection. You don’t feel like going to the store and spending more money on creams, so you wonder Can yeast infections really be treated with yogurt? Yes, you can treat a yeast infection with yogurt. But what if you could treat a yeast infection without all the hassle? I’ll tell you how later.

Before you start talking about treating your yeast infection, you need to make sure you have one. If you are unsure, the best thing to do is seek medical advice. Three out of four women have at least one yeast infection in their lifetime. And 50% of them will have more than one. So most of us know when we have a yeast infection. But some of the symptoms can also be symptoms of a bacterial infection or an STD.

Why does yogurt work and how is a yeast infection treated with yogurt?

Yeast is normally present in our body all the time. It is the overgrowth of yeast that gives us the problem. Your vagina is normally quite acidic, which keeps yeast in check. Sometimes that balance is changed by taking antibiotics, birth control pills, or using certain personal care products. When that happens, the yeast begins to multiply faster than our bodies can kill it. Active cultures in yogurt can immediately begin to kill yeast.

There are a few different ways to treat a yeast infection with yogurt. (This can be quite graphic for some). First, use only plain unsweetened yogurt with active cultures. If you use flavored yogurt, the sugar will negate the effects of the active cultures. You can dip a tampon in the yogurt and place it in your vagina. If you can’t use a tampon, you need some type of syringe, like a turkey syringe, to put the yogurt in. You can also sprinkle some yogurt directly on your lips to soothe it. Use a lightweight pad to detect leaks. You will feel relief quickly and after a few days, you should be symptom free. Some people recommend eating yogurt regularly to prevent infections from coming back.

Are you thinking, ‘yuck’? Well, is it better than placing a clove of garlic or a slice of grapefruit in your vagina? These are also home remedies to treat a yeast infection. But what if you could treat a yeast infection with just a couple of sprays under your tongue, three times a day?

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