Does getting a yeast infection mean you may be pregnant?


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2009-01-14 03:12:28
2009-01-14 03:12:28

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.

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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!

This usually indicates a water infection or a yeast infection. See your Doctor or midwife.

This could be a yeast infection. If it itches and thick and white it most likely is a yeast infection. Go to the doctor.

God no, darling! You either have a yeast infection or a urinary tract infection, both can be dealt with easily with antibiotics from your doctor!

It's possible that you have a yeast or bacterial infection. You should see your Dr as soon as possible.

When a woman has yeast infection it means that she has a an infection caused by some fungi that lives in the female organ. It also means that she is experiencing soreness and inflammation.

if you mean where it comes out, then yes

If you mean bumps in your vagina, not likely but if you mean that your discharges is in form of bumps, probably white and cheese-like then that is one of the few symptoms of yeast infection.

You may have a yeast infection. If it smells or itches then it's prolly a yeast infection. Go to the gynocologist to make sure its not anything serious.

It normally means that you have yeast infection(thrush)

It means that you have a yeast infection.

You may have a yeast infection or an STI. A yeast infection would also show as an increased amount of white discharge, itchiness and burning.

No. The symptoms of pregnancy are a missed period and positive pregnancy test.

You may have a yeast infection. Go to the doctor.

It means that she has a yeast infection.

Yeast Infections as Symptoms of PregnancyYeast infections do commonly occur in pregnant women but they also occur in-non pregnant women. The reason it occurs in us is because of the high amounts of hormones and uncontrollable bacteria in the vaginal area. Definitely go to the doctor and discuss your concerns. If you infected with it, you could try herbal medicine "fuyan pill" from Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic to cure it. It is very effective.More input:Yes. Absolutely. My first pregnancy I found first suspected I was pregnant when I had a yeast infection. I used Monistat and it did not clear up after a week. I then read the back of the box which suggests this. If it lasts longer than 1 week it very well could mean that you are pregnant.No. A yeast infection isn't a sign of pregnancy. Girls who aren't pregnant can get yeast infections too. Just because you have a yeast infection, that doesn't mean you are pregnant. Some symptoms of pregnancy are missed periods, nausea in the beginning of your pregnancy (you feel like you don't want to eat nothing because you feel sick), tiredness, and tenderness of the breast.If you still couldn't tell it from your symptoms,, you could to do some relative tests.

Perhaps: 1. You are not lubing enough / You are too dry 2. STD's 3. Infection,a common source is a yeast infection, yours (or your newly acquired one) or your partner's especially if he still has his foreskin and has a yeast infection, or has an oral yeast infection and you two participated in oral sexual relations.

No. If you're noticing a white, clumpy discharge it could mean that you have a yeast infection. The best way to tell if you're pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. If it's positive you should make an appointment with your doctor to confirm.

No. Men can carry yeast infection for quite some time. there doesnt have to be recent sex to occur.

Not usually, but sometimes it could be an STD. You might want to make a doctors appointment and have them check you out so you know for sure what it is.

That she has a infection like yeast forinstance.

This Usually Means You Might Have A Yeast Infection Or You Have An STD.

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