You cant be pregnant if your having a normal period. But you can have a yeast infection during a period.
yeast infections have nothing to do with being or getting pregnant
Yes. A yeast infection will generally not affect fertility.
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, but yeast infections can be dangerous whilst pregnant
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.
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.
if you were pregnant before the yeast infection and took care of it, you would still be pregnant.
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. most common
Go to a doctor and get prescription medication. Yeast infections can be extremely dangerous if you're pregnant.
Probably a yeast infection
Yes, and it can cause life-threatening systemic infections if you are pregnant. Get it checked by a doctor.
No that is not possible no matter what the test will tell you if your pregnant or not.
Yes, both my pregnancy started as a Yeast Infection as my primary sign...I sustained my yeast infection for a whole 9 months with my last pregnacy! Good Luck!! Fingers crossed for you!
yes - thrush can be quite common
You could have a yeast infection.
probably a yeast infection.
This may be because you are ovulating, are pregnant or have a yeast infection.
yes, you should see a doctor. you may have a yeast infection and be pregnant
If you are certain you are not pregnant, there is a possibility of a urinary tract infection as this can result in brown discharge. Another possibililty is a yeast infection or your being is about to arrive.
Call you OB and ask which yeast infection medications they recommend, as far as I know you can use all of the over the counter cream type medicines to clear up the yeast infection ~pawsalmighty ps.. avoid sex until the infection is cleared or you will get it back again.