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Doctor insights on: The Yeast Candida Albicans Causes

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I have yeast infection (candida albicans results). For more than a year. Also had hight pH (7)! nothing works! my dischage is green and chunky! trich?

I have yeast infection (candida albicans results). For more than a year. Also had hight pH (7)! nothing works! my dischage is green and chunky! trich?

Prolonged candidiasi: Recurrent or persistent yeast infection requires evaluation. Certian conditions may predispose to that. Green discharge may suggest a secondary infection and possible std. Get evaluated. ...Read more

Yeast (Definition)

Any of various unicellular fungi of the genus saccharomyces, especially s. Cerevisiae, reproducing by budding and from ascospores and capable ...Read more


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Had stool analysis done.showed 'many candida albicans'. Is this bad? Does it mean I have systemic yeast? I have no stomach problems or other symptoms

No worries!: "Systemic yeast" is an urban myth -- often used to explain any number of symptoms but not an accepted medical entity, at least not by the scientific medicine community. It is normal to have yeasts in the intestine anmd to be visible in feces. Also, "stool analysis" is pretty much a waste of time and money, except in very specific circumstances and if recommended by an appropriate specialist. ...Read more

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What is candida albicans? What does it causes?

Candida Albicans: Candida albicans is a type of yeast that will normally appear in mucous membranes such as the mouth, rectum, or vagina, or it can appear directly on the skin. It has the ability to travel through the bloodstream to affect the heart valves, throat, and intestines. Candida albicans can become infectious when there is a change in the bodily environment that may cause it to grow rapidly. ...Read more

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Now, could a UTI be caused by the candida albicans infection?

Now, could a UTI be caused by the candida albicans infection?

Yes: A UTI is a urinary tract infection, usually an infection of the bladder. What infects the bladder can be pretty different. Usually it is bacteria like e. Coli. Sometimes it is yeast (candida albicans) or even the herpes virus. ...Read more

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Do candida albicans (thrush) cause tonsil stones?

No: Tonsil stones are usually an amalgamation of trapped food, discarded cells and debris from the tonsil, and the bacteria that live naturally in our mouth. They are not indicative of an infection and don't have a relationship with candida. ...Read more

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What is candida albicans?

It is a type of : fungus/yeast,that causes mostly skin and vaginal yeast infections in people.Under certain conditions ,it can become invasive . ...Read more

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What and where is Candida albicans found?

It is a yeast: basically, it can be found anywhere it is moist. can live on the skin. Often found in GI tract. Cause of vaginal yeast infections and some infections in the mouth (thrush). ...Read more

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How do you treat a recurring candida albicans?

Long term Rx: Recurrent Candida is best treated with oral agents such as Nizoral (ketoconazole) or Diflucan for longer periods of time then just 3 days for a single acute infection. It is not uncommon for the Rx to last up to 2 weeks. ...Read more

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What are different ways to treat candida albicans?

Creams/meds: If topical on your skin you may try a rx from your dr. Called nystatin, or otc med lotrimin may help. If more diffuse, you may need oral medications such diflucan (fluconazole). ...Read more

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Candida albicans candida: is this really horrible?

No: Candida albicans is a fungal infection that occurs in the mouth or genital areas. It usually is associated with antibiotics that kill off bacteria allowing fungi to grow unchecked. It will usually go away on its own once you finish the antibiotic. There are a number of otc meds you can take if it is severe(depending on the part of the body affected. It could also indicate a depressed immune system. ...Read more

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How do you eliminate candida albicans colonization?

Mostly, you don't.: Everybody has some candida on their body surfaces, inside and out; too much candida, or candida growing in the wrong place, can be a disease, but blaming normal colonization with candida for everything that ails you, or trying to cure everything with antifungal medications, is generally useless. So-called "candida diets" work because they eliminate foods that are unhealthy for other reasons. ...Read more

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What things can I do to treat candida albicans at home?

Antifungals: Over-the-counter antifungals such as myconazole can be used to treat yeast vaginitis. If you use one of these, but your symptoms do not improve, see your gyn for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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What are your experiences with recurrent candida albicans?

Many: This is a common condition. Often reinfection is created by your sexual partner carrying this on the penis & while he may not be infected the yeast is still there. There is also a potential problem with your carrying this in large #s in your colon, and a course of Fluconazole orally as well as topical therapy may be needed. Suggest discussing with your gynecologist who has had much experience. ...Read more

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My wife have candida albicans and she is pregment is this dagerous?

Seek Rex from gyn: Your wife's obstetrician can easily treat the condition. Candida is usually not dangerous in healthy individuals, but your physician will be able to guide you further. ...Read more

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What to do if I am worried about having candida albicans in my body?

Stop reading junk: Forgive my frankness. If you get involved with the "candida" cult, you will never feel well again. These people will persuade you that you have an illness that mainstream medicine refuses to understand, that you will never be able to cure, and that you must manage intensively. It's a horrible mind-set, and it's also a cruel fraud. Get with an evidence-based holistic practitioner, not these folks. ...Read more

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Funny how a diagnosis doesn't mean much till you have it. What is candida albicans?

Funny how a diagnosis doesn't mean much till you have it. What is candida albicans?

Yeast: This is a yeast-like fungus which causes "thrush", vaginitis, and in immunocompromised persons can potentially produce serious infections. Otherwise this is very common and easily managed. ...Read more

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Candida (Definition)

Is a type of fungus which normally lives in small amounts on mucus membranes. An overgrowth of candida in the mouth produces a condition called 'thrush'. This is often triggered ...Read more


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