Yeast Infections

Can you be pregnant and be on your period and have a yeast infection?


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2005-12-05 01:22:01
2005-12-05 01:22:01

You cant be pregnant if your having a normal period. But you can have a yeast infection during a period.


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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.

It is not likely that a period can clear a yeast infection. A yeast infection, however, can clear up on its own without treatment. Recurrence is not uncommon.

yeast infections have nothing to do with being or getting pregnant

Yes. A yeast infection will generally not affect fertility.

No. The yeast infection can remain for years if you don't get it treated.

No, it shouldn't affect your period. The period is the shedding of the uterine lining, whereas a yeast infection affects the vagina.

Yes, but yeast infections can be dangerous whilst pregnant

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 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.

No, a yeast infection is caused by an overgrowth of normally growing fungi and has nothing to do with whether you are pregnant or not.

Yes. You can get a yeast infection at any time. Ask or discuss it with your doctor.

Absolutely not! You can get pregnant and also give the guy the yeast infection.

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.

A yeast infection is not a symptom of pregnancy but is something some women experience, pregnant or not. If you've had sex you could be pregnant, a pregnancy test is the best way to determine if you are pregnant.

Of course! Yes, the infection does not affect your fertility.

if you were pregnant before the yeast infection and took care of it, you would still be pregnant.

How would a yeast infection be a sign of pregnancy? You treat a yeast infection with medication you can purchase at the drug store. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The signs of pregnancy are a missing period and positive pregnancy test.

A vaginal yeast infection will not impact on your menstrual cycle at all.Menstruation comes in accordance to your menstrual cycle, which is controlled by hormonal changes between reproductive organs. A yeast infection is nothing more than an overgrowth in the yeast that are always naturally prevent in your vagina, yeast has no effect on your hormones. If your period is late or you miss your period when you have a yeast infection it's just coincidence.

* There are several reasons for cramps but it has nothing to do with yeast infection. * Yes, it can be related to yeast infection.

You could be. But the yeast infection would not be a result of being pregnant. Yeast infections after ovulation could be a result of high estrogen levels.

Yes it is possible to get a yeast infection at anytime during the menstrual cycle.

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, 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.

Go to a doctor and get prescription medication. Yeast infections can be extremely dangerous if you're pregnant.

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