No it will not.
You cant be pregnant if your having a normal period. But you can have a yeast infection during a period.
No, it shouldn't affect your period. The period is the shedding of the uterine lining, whereas a yeast infection affects the vagina.
Yes. A yeast infection would not cause a girl to miss a period. But a period or pms can cause a PH imbalance which can lead to a yeast infection because when you are menstuating your estrogen and sugar production are at its peak and yeast feeds on sugar, and that can cause a yeast infection so make sure you have good hygiene.
No. The yeast infection can remain for years if you don't get it treated.
No, a yeast infection is not a sign that you are starting your period.Menstruation is controlled by you menstrual cycle which is to do with reproductive organs and hormones, although hormonal changes can effect vaginal pH it can't cause a yeast infection. A yeast infection is simply an overgrowth of naturally occurring yeast in your vagina, it's not a sign of your period - if it were you'd get a yeast infection every cycle. Remember once your period starts no using tampons with a vaginal infection.
* There are several reasons for cramps but it has nothing to do with yeast infection. * Yes, it can be related to yeast infection.
Yes it is possible to get a yeast infection at anytime during the menstrual cycle.
Yes, though you should only do so if you actually have a yeast infection. It serves no purpose or hindrance in relation to the period itself.
A yeast infection or the treatment for it have nothing to do with missing a period. If you missed a period you should take a home test or go see a doctor to find out if you are pregnant.
When I've had yeast infections I have always had my period. I've never heard of not having your period on one. Check with your doctor.
Hello - No a yeast infection will not cause this but a period or a approaching period can and so will a pulled or strained muscle.
Yes but the yeast infection is the cause not the reasonon.....................its kinda hard to explain but you can experience a late period after and or during a yeast infection.................. If your period hasn't come on within ten days after its norm, then you might be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test to be sure and no, the yeast infection won't affect the results because the test will still pick up the hormone that women having during pregnancy. Good lcuk with that.
No. Using a topical cream will not delay your period. Your period is set on a 28 day cycle if your cycle is normal. Using a cream to relieve the symptoms of a yeast infection has nothing to do with your womb.
it maybe an upcomig yeast infection
Get treatment for the yeast infection. However I am allergic to the commonest treatment (clotrimazole) so have to take fluconazole.
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A vaginal yeast infection cannot cause you to be late or miss a period as it will have no effect on the hormones controlling your period. However if you have a lot of yeast infections you may have something else e.g. pregnancy or diabetes whic CAN affect your periods.
No, Not to scare you but it may be something else, and should get checked out immediately by a dr. However, you can have a yeast infection while on your period.
No, a vaginal yeast infection should not affect your cycle. Sometimes your cycle can change because of stress, which also incidently causes a yeast infection. However, not to freak you out...pregnant women also frequently get yeast infections. You might want to check that out just in case. I hope this helps a little...
Yes, a vaginal infection can stop your period. This is because the PH balance can get messed up and stop the entire menstrual cycle.
There is a difference between a bacterial infection and a yeast infection.A yeast infection is caused by Candida which is a yeast organism,not a bacteria.
No, itching and burning have nothing to do with menstruation - these symptoms suggest that you have a vaginal infection such as a yeast infection, get an over-the-counter yeast infection treatment or go to your doctor for tests and treatment.