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yeast infection is a hindrance to fertility...
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madeline - October 13

could yeast infection be a harmful illness in fertility?

 

shasha - October 13

yeast infection is not as disastrous as it sounds like. you can have it treat with medicine and other alternatives as well. i don't think yeast infection could affect fertility.

 

heidi - October 13

not at all madeline. having thrush will not directly affect the chances of conceiving.

 

liza - October 13

exactly, it is actually the itchiness and irritation that a thrush would cause probably won't help you to get in the mood for having sex to your partner.

 

madeline - October 13

is that so, i thought that it really makes fertility having zero chance to get pregnant.

 

epiphany - October 13

but in case if you have yeast infection and would like to get pregnant, you can treat it with over-the-counter creams and pessaries or the oral treatment diflucan.

 

sylvia - October 13

most of the time you will be treated with this infection in one to seven days. it is not really dangerous to have sex while you are taking up antifungal medications, but it would further irritate the area during intercourse.

 

cheska - October 13

just in case you are not treated with the over-the-counter medicines, better yet see your doctor who can test for other infections that have similar symptoms.

 

nimfa - October 13

take for example bacterial vaginosis that is often can harm your chances ofgetting pregnant, you have to consult your condition right away to your doctor.

 

madeline - October 13

thank you guys, your advices helps a lot. i would be glad to visit back to this forum and post more of my questions unanswered about women. i would also recommend my friends who have my same queries. i salute you... good luck!

 

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