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Can a yeast go away on its own

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A mild yeast infection may...

Three out of four women will experience at least one yeast infection in their lifetimes. Sometimes you might feel a burning sensation during urination or sex. The vagina always contains small amounts of yeast.

But when something disrupts this balance, the yeast can grow quickly, becoming dense enough to cause the symptoms of a full-blown infection.

Antibiotics are one of the most common culprits in causing yeast infections, because they destroy vaginal bacteria and thereby disrupt the balance of power among the vaginal microorganisms.

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Yeast infections are also more common in women with compromised immune systems due to illnesses like diabetes, AIDS, or cancer. In fact, anything that weakens your immune system—stress, lack of sleep, consumption of alcohol, and even refined sugar—can lead to an overgrowth of yeast.

OTC Treatment Fortunately, most yeast infections are not serious. Left untreated, yeast infections will usually go away on their own, but the severe itching can be hard to tolerate for some.

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However, pregnant women should avoid boric acid. Home Remedies Some people find soaking in an apple cider vinegar bath offers relief, as the vinegar can help restore normal acidity to the vagina. Make sure you dry yourself thoroughly before getting dressed.

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Every body is different, but most women will see some improvement after two or three soaks. Applying plain yogurt to the area may help to restore balance and reduce irritation. You can also dip a tampon in the yogurt, let it soak for a few minutes, and then insert it.


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