Yeast Infections

Can a yeast infection be the reason for a late period?

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2015-12-26 07:22:52
2015-12-26 07:22:52

Yes, of course. Once the bacterial enter into your uterus, yeast infection could influence your period.

That's why you need in time treatment once you found you have it. To avoid the serious problem caused by it, you could try herbal supplement "fuyan pill" from Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic, or you could also try some antibiotics, it depends on your personal situation.

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