Does Argo starch cause women to have yeast infections?
Cornstarch doesn't cause yeast infections, but it will make them worse. The yeast feeds on the sugar in cornstarch and the infection can spread and get worse.
There are a variety of medications that can cause women to get a yeast infection and in turn cause some discharge. Birth control pills can cause women to get yeast infections because they create a change in hormone levels. Antibiotics are also known to cause yeast infections. If you have abnormal vaginal discharge you should seek medical attention to rule out any other issues. best of luck.
There are many dangers associated with untreated yeast infections. Some women will get an infection monthly during a specific time of their cycle. These infections are usually mild and will go away on their own. For women who are not familiar with the symptoms associated with vaginal infections it is important to see a gynecologist to verify that your symptoms are a yeast infection and not the first signs of something more serious. Untreated yeast…
Yeast infections occur when naturally occurring yeast in the body is allowed to take over, in women this is most commonly a vaginal infection (but yeast infections can occur in any part of the body). They are most common in women who are sexually active, women who use soaps or washes to clean their vulva, commercial menstrual pad users, and tampon users.