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Yeast Infection Symptoms!

Yeast infection symptoms are becoming all too commonplace. There are drugs that can help combat the problem, but then drugs themselves can also end up making things worse. As you may well know - if you have HAD to resort to antibiotics recently, they can play havoc with your immune system that can lead to recurring symptoms of yeast infection.

One of the unpleasant effects of having a yeast infection is that it leaves you feeling aggravated, irritable and run down. But increasingly people are anxious to avoid taking too many synthetic chemical drug-based yeast infection medications if they can. This is where an alternative therapy and all natural approach, that really works, could be a favorable option for overcoming a systemic yeast infection.

Although more common amongst women, male yeast infection also occurs and two types of related illness that are commonly experienced are Thrush, and Candida. Candida the yeast, and Candidiasis the condition, is perhaps more controversial as it can be hard to get an accurate diagnosis. Amazingly some doctors still refuse to accept that Candida really causes the problems that it so blatantly appears to for some sufferers.

It is thought that something like three quarters of the population will suffer yeast infection symtoms of some kind at sometime in their lives - with many people suffering the misery of recurring bouts of yeast infection. Yeast infection in men does occur, as mentioned, although it seems that women are most susceptible to this aggravating illness, with 3 out of 4 suffering yeast infection at some time or other (compared with 40% of men).

A Wide Array Of Yeast Infection Symptoms!

The symptoms of yeast infections are numerous and varied - the range and severity can also vary greatly between sufferers. There are those who may not even realize they have a yeast infection, which can lead to a cycle of infection and re-infection between them and their sexual partner. A dismal scenario for chronic infection. Others, on the other hand can feel very ill with a yeast infection which can cause them to suffer a wide range of seemingly inexplicable and even unrelated symptoms. Some of the possible physical yeast infection symptoms that can be experienced include:

• Tiredness or Fatigue
• Irritability
• Depression
• Aggravated PMS and Menstrual Pain
• Feeling Rundown
• Heartburn/Indigestion/Reflux
• Muscle Aches
• Joint pains - e.g. in Hips, Knees, Hands
• Joint Pain or Swelling; Even Arthritis
• Headaches
• Chronic Rashes
• Respiratory Infections
• Lowered Immune System
• Lowered Self Esteem
• Skin problems and Acne
• Pain during Sex or other sexual dysfunction
• Vaginal odor and discharge
• Impotence
• Embarrassing stomach gas/wind
• Hypoglycemia
• Urinary problems
• Skin lesions
• Feeling short of breath
• Triggering food allergies
• Short attention span
• Learning and Memory problems
• Premature Aging

Some sufferers may sometimes live, undiagnosed, with yeast infection symptoms for years, believing that the problems they are experiencing can be put down to other causes. Wrong diagnosis may also be due to a lack of knowledge on the part of many general practitioners who may not have all the latest facts about the possible symptoms caused by yeasts.

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