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Can a yeast infection be a sign of pregnancy?


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2016-01-11 06:34:51
2016-01-11 06:34:51

Yeast Infections as Symptoms of PregnancyYeast infections do commonly occur in pregnant women but they also occur in-non pregnant women. The reason it occurs in us is because of the high amounts of hormones and uncontrollable bacteria in the vaginal area. Definitely go to the doctor and discuss your concerns. If you infected with it, you could try herbal medicine "fuyan pill" from Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic to cure it. It is very effective.

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  • Yes. Absolutely. My first pregnancy I found first suspected I was pregnant when I had a yeast infection. I used Monistat and it did not clear up after a week. I then read the back of the box which suggests this. If it lasts longer than 1 week it very well could mean that you are pregnant.
  • No. A yeast infection isn't a sign of pregnancy. Girls who aren't pregnant can get yeast infections too. Just because you have a yeast infection, that doesn't mean you are pregnant. Some symptoms of pregnancy are missed periods, nausea in the beginning of your pregnancy (you feel like you don't want to eat nothing because you feel sick), tiredness, and tenderness of the breast.

If you still couldn't tell it from your symptoms,, you could to do some relative tests.

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