Yeast Infections - 3 Most Important Things To Know
#1 – It’s a bacterial infection.
The majority of yeast infections are actually bacterial infections! If candida is going to play a role at all, the normal bacterial flora has to be gone, which means that bacterial infections are always the one component that has to be addressed, if you’re looking to successfully treat a “yeast” infection. Why medical doctors commonly call it a yeast infection is beyond anyone’s understanding, as chances are it is always going to be a bacterial infection. Why not just call it a bacterial infection? Is it any wonder that 67% of women surveyed thought that yeast infections can never be cured. Treating “yeast” infections won’t cure bacterial infections. A temporary shift in symptoms can occur before the real infection bounces back.