Location: New to North Carolina - Scottish transplant.
Yeast Infection during the TWW
Argh! I've been looking every where for a natural way to cure it but it seems that you can treat the symptoms but you have to take the medication to cure the infection itself. I would feel stupid calling the doctor or something because I'm only 5 DPO so there's no telling if I'm actually pregnant or not.
What would you do? I bought the one day treatment but I haven't opened it. After reading online I think I'm taking it back and maybe I'll try the 7 day treatment that some people have mentioned their doctors were saying might be okay.....
I think all the extra jiggity time this month was a contributing factor! Just can't win. LOL.
Wish two of my kids I had yeast infections- 1 before I knew and one about 1/2 way through. Anytime your body checmistry changes down there- you are more likely to get one! Here's to hoping its because there's a bean brewing!
eat plain yogurt and more alkalising food like avocado, grapefruit, apple cider vinegar, etc. avoid sugary food as much as u can. there is a thread in this forum about how to deal with thrush, just search it. the ladies there said their doctor actually recommended stuffing some plain yogurt inside in the female area hope this helps a lil'
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