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What Causes a Throat Yeast infection?

A throat yeast infection is very uncommon in otherwise healthy individuals. Usually it is a problem faced by those with weakened immune systems such as HIV or AIDS sufferers and by critically ill patients in hospital including those receiving chemotherapy as cancer treatment. Continue reading

Do I Have to See a Doctor if I Have a Yeast Infection?

It is tempting when you first notice the signs of a yeast infection to ignore them and hope they go away. But they will not, they will gradually get worse. At that point most women turn to over the counter treatments, home remedies or natural treatments. Continue reading

Antibiotics and Yeast Infections

Yeast infections are becoming more and more common nowadays and part of the reason for that is antibiotics. There are tow types of antibiotics, narrow spectrum that target one type of bacteria and broad spectrum that target a range. The latter type of antibiotics cause yeast infections and this article will explain how that happens. Continue reading