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.
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.
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, 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...
No, yeast infections cannot cause your period to be late.Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycles, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your brain and reproductive organs, your menstrual cycle should continue as normal whether you have a yeast infection or not. A yeast infection is just a vaginal infection, when naturally occurring yeast in your vagina overgrows and causes irritation - just treat the infection. If your period is late it is due to something else, maybe stress or ill health but if sexually active pregnancy is a possibility too.
No, creams would not cause your period to be late. If you have been sexually active, I would recommend taking a home pregnancy test. JM
A late period would not necessarily cause a vaginal itch and irritation. The itch and irritation could be caused by a yeast infection. A doctor will be able to diagnose the problem.
I had the same thing happen to me and I was pregnant. I would take a test to make sure. You should not be treated for a yeast infection until you are 12 weeks along. I had to live with it for that long and then I could treat it.
The yeast infection probably has nothing to do with being pregnant or not. But the other things all sound like pregnancy symptoms. Take a home test or go see a doctor to find out for sure.
Yes, any kind of infection in the body can throw your cycle off causing it to come earlier or later, but, if you've missed it all together and are sexually active, you might try a home pregnancy test:)
This doesn't sound like pregnancy hun. In my opinion it sounds like you may have a yeast infection, possibly a internal one compared to the more common external yeast infections or a urinary tract infection. See your doctor for antibiotic treatment.
No, a yeast infection will have no impact on your menstrual cycle.When you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your brain and reproductive organs. Yeast infections are nothing more than an overgrowth of naturally occurring yeast within your vagina and/or vulva. Yeast infections impact on a different part of your body than your brain and reproductive organs (uterus and ovaries).
I was looking for an answer to the same question. My period was almost a whole month late, and now this is happening. Was your period late too? -Improved answer- You could have a yeast infection. Talk to your doctor. I've had this happen to me as well, and that was the cause.
A bladder infection would probably not stop a period. If you ARE pregnant a bladder infection could cause you to miscarry. A bladder infection should be treated as it can backtrack to the kidneys so go to the doctor about the infection and tell him/her that you have missed your period.
The HPV vaccine is not known to cause a missed period. Your period is probably late for another reason.
Late for your period is the only thing in your question that matters with pregnancy. If you are late, take a pregnancy test or go see a doctor. The vaginal infection has nothing to do with you being late. Spotting after sex happens sometimes when you are pregnant.
Take a pregnancy test.
BESIDES going to go see a doctor.
It's possible, but there a lot of other factors that may be a reason why your period is late.
Well if you recently had sex you might be pregnant. But sometimes your period is just late for no reason.
Not really. But having a late period is a sign. If you are late, you should take a home test or go see a doctor to find out for sure. Yes!!!!! Discharge is a sign of pregnancy - leukorrhea - this could also be a symptom of Yeast Infection or other infection. A whitish discharge, usually odorless or very faint smell comes along with pregnancy.
It shouldn't but your infection/illness could cause it to be late/early.
Your period can be late for a few reasons. The obvious reason is because you are pregnant, but it can also be late if you are very stressed, or if you have been on any antibiotics lately. And sometimes, periods are just late for no reason.
Affection of the sexual kind will cause a missed period if you are pregnant. An infection will seldom cause your menstrual cycle to be late.
From everything I read it can not stop a period BUT a kidney or other Urinary tract infection can cause a late or missed period.