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Period Yeast Infection
My vagina itches and is kind of painful and my clit stings, it hurts to have sex haven't noticed much discharge. I started my period. Yeast infection?
Possible: But it would be wise to get checked. Please see a doctor. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
Not usually: Brown blood is just older, deoxygenated blood. ...Read more
Have heavy long 2 week period and a yeast infection every time my period ends. How do I stop this?
Gynae & GP consult:
You will need to see your GP for some basic tests to exclude a pregnancy state, hormonal imbalances for the bleeding. Your GP can also do an ultrasound and Pap smear. A glucose tolerance test can be done to exclude diabetes. Exclude immuno compromised states.
You will need to see a gynaecologist to exclude uterine / cervical causes of the abnormal bleeding. Possible even a DD&C ...Read more
Usually less: The bleeding usually decreases the discharge and irritation. ...Read more
I tried some OTC supositories (3) for a yeast infection and the third day I had my period. Will the yeast infection still clear up?
In november I had a very odd period. It was very very light, very short, and brown. No period in dec. Yeast infection now and negative pregnancy test?
Irregular cycle: There are many causes of irregular cycle. Pregnancy is always a possibility. Vaginitis (yeast or other) can cause bleeding and brown discharge. Hormone irregularities can also interfere with normal cycles. I recommend keeping a menstrual chart and if still irregular in 2 months you need to consult a physician. ...Read more
I got yeast infection last month and received treatment then I got my period. Now three weeks after almost getting my period I get yeast infection symptoms again. What do I do since I am not comfortable going to the doctor again for treatment. Should I ju
Recurrent yeast: If symptoms are the same as last time, it should be OK to re-treat yourself with an over-the-counter yeast medication like miconazole, terconazole, etc (a pharmacist can advise you). But if it recurs again, you'll need medical evaluation for things that predispose to yeast, especially diabetes. Antibiotics can trigger yeast as well. And other infections (like STDs) can mimic yeast symptoms. ...Read more
Have yeast infection & period same time will the ointment I have for the infection still work & can I still use tampons?
Yes,: The ointment will still work and yes, you can still use tampons. ...Read more
Probably not: Probably not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not quite that way: Oral yeast is usually the plain old candida. We get it when we are babies, and we always have it. Everybody has it. When a person gets overgrowth of it (called thrush), it is generally due to something else going on inside the person, such as another medical illness, or a medication side effect. For example, asthma inhalers like flovent, that have steroids in them, can cause oral thrush. ...Read more
Burning in my vaginia usually around the time when I'm going to get my period goes away with yeast infection medicine should I be worried?
Dont' worry: But if you're having infections that often you should talk to your doc. Maybe there is something else you could be doing to prevent it besides antifungal medications. ...Read more
Right before, during and after my period I have a yeast infection and boils. What can be done to stop this it is very uncomfortable and embarrassing.?
See your doctor: Your doctor will have to do some special tests to the discharge to make a specific diagnosis and treatment recommendation. ...Read more
What do I do when I want to get pregnant but when I'm off the pill I constantly have my period which causes yeast infections?
See your doc: It is not normal to constantly bleed. You are probably not ovulating regularly or could have polyps/fibroids, thyroid issues etc. When you bleed continuously your acidity of the vagina changes which increases vaginal infections. Don"t douche, use pads/tampons intermittently and go see your obgyn. ...Read more
What do I do when I want to try and get pregnant but when I'm off the pill I constantly have my period which causes yeast infections?
TTC & Yeast Infect: Recurrent yeast infections can be a nuisance. This aafp article addresses your concerns: http://www. Aafp. Org/afp/2000/0601/p3306.Html. It would be best to try to eradicate the infection first, before you ttc, which, in addition to antibiotics meds, may involve dietary and lifestyle changes. Sometimes just changing the hormonal and micro environment in the vagina, can do the trick. ...Read more
For the last three months right before I start my period I get yeast infection like symptoms (itching and discharge).What could it be?
Vaginal discharge: Any new, abnormal, or unexplained vaginal discharge needs professional evaluation. At age 18, STDs (gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomonas) are good possibilities, assuming you are sexually active. Yeast also is possible, but yeast infections usually cause itching and irritation with not much discharge. See a doctor ASAP. Good luck! ...Read more
Should I be concerned if I have discharge stops before my period and starts after my period. Is this a yeast infection?
Don't know: Yeast can present with clumpy, white vaginal discharge to a watery, white discharge. Sometimes a discharge is not apparent. There is no odor. It can cause swelling and redness of vulva along with itching and burning pain. It may lead to pain with urination or intercourse. Not enough info to know if you have yeast infection. ...Read more
Having very lite bloody discharge. What could be the cause? Jsut had a yeast infection. Period in 4 days. Could it be pregnancy?
Are you pregnant?: Have you checked a pregnancy test to see if you are in fact pregnant? This is the first step. If it is negative then it is not a miscarriage. The bloody discharge should be evaluated for sexually transmitted diseases. You should also discuss your birth control options to avoid being a teen mother. ...Read more
Feel nausea lately. Not preg cuz had normal/heavy period after last sexual contact+ on BC. Can this be cuz I start period soon or from yeast infection?
Gastrointestin: I would think that this totally As gastrointestinal problem. Check with your health care provider if it persists ...Read more
After every menstrual period I get a yeast infection, why is that? It's like a cottage cheese discharge with a light to strong smell sometimes
PH change: Your vaginal pH changes with the period rolling through the vagina possibly causing the repeat "yeast" infections. Have your MD check first post period with a sample for a wet smear and if yeast is confirmed consider a longer term oral yeast Rx and avoid douching and harsh soaps in that region. ...Read more
Sore nipples, yeast infection, period 3weeks late, 2 negative test, a little drown discharge day that period was supposed to come, could I be pregnant?
Unlikely: The over the counter pregnancy tests are very accurate. It's unlikely that you are pregnant with 2 negative tests. If you want to be absolutely sure, your doctor can order a blood test to confirm. Your doctor can also evaluate your symptoms more in-depth as they would be caused by other hormonal imbalance issues or thyroid problems. ...Read more
Nauseous, no taste, tired, sore breats, mild cramps. 3 days late on period and a possible yeast infection (just discharge). Could I be pregnant?
I'mSickReadinAboutIt: Well, if you were, that would be the least of your problems right now! First get a urine pregnancy test. If you're pregnant get to a doctor to take care of the discharge and your nausea, etc. AND if you are not pregnant, get to a doctor to take care of the discharge and your nausea, etc. In the first case, a gynecologist-in the second your doctor of choice. Whatever you have needs to be evaluated ...Read more
No, yeast should not: Delay your period. Missed/late period: low body wt, obesity, weight ^ or v, ^exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, perimenopause, just starting menstruation, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems (i.e., pcos). #1 reason is pregnancy. ...Read more