Can a yeast infection be an early pregnancy sighn?

Yeast infection. No. However yeast organisms are common in the vagina and the hormones associated with pregnancy can cause an overgrowth of yeast that cause a problem.

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I had a yeast infection for the first time, I heard this could be a sign of early pregnancy?

Not really. While you can get yeast infections in pregnancy, you can get them just as easily when you aren't pregnant as well. Actually persistent yeast infections can be seen in diabetics and people using corticosteroids. I tend to see more yeast infections in mid summer and mid winter. Read more...

Could you mistake a yeast infection for early pregnancy?

Two different things. Yeast infections typically present as itching and a white thick discharge. Early pregnancy typically has little or no symptoms, but when symptoms occur they are typically breast tenderness, nausea, vomiting, not sure how they can be confused. Read more...