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Bad Yeast Infection Symptoms

Common Symptoms of Bad Yeast Infections

 
Systemic yeast infections can cause various muscle aches and pains to result.
Systemic yeast infections can cause various muscle aches and pains to result.

There are several bad yeast infection symptoms that are clues to knowing what type of health malady you have. The symptoms of yeast infections are quite diverse, and can be agonizing to experience. Once you understand which bad yeast infection symptoms you have, you can attempt your own self diagnosis. The yeast infection tests on this website can help you to understand what is actually happening to your body as well.

Some common symptoms of Candidiasis include the following:

  • A white vaginal discharge that has a consistency similar to cottage cheese.
  • Feeling attacked by fatigue when you should not be tired.
  • Various muscle aches and pains.
  • Lack of an ability to concentrate and remember information; feeling “spaced out.”
  • Having unusual cravings for sugar.
  • Having itching and irritation at the entrance to the vagina and in the inside of the vagina.
  • Feeling a painful burning sensation while urinating or during intercourse.
  • Having headaches.
  • Having problems with your bowel movements, experiencing diarrhea, or having constipation.
The late Dr. William Crook was the author of many books about the health impacts of Candida.  Dr. Crook was truly a pioneer of yeast related health support.
The late Dr. William Crook was the author of many books about the health impacts of Candida. Dr. Crook was truly a pioneer of yeast related health support.

The types of symptoms you will experience when battling Candidiasis depends greatly upon where the yeast infection is located. If you have a yeast infection in your vagina, you may notice a "cottage cheese" like vaginal discharge, and an itchy, irritated vagina. Conversely, if you have athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), you may experience itching and stinging between your toes, and you can even develop itchy blisters. Make sure you consider where the bad symptoms are manifesting as you attempt to diagnose your problem.

One website has a helpful PDF file that contains a daily checklist for symptoms that can be tell-tale signs of a problem with Candidiasis. The website is based on the late Dr. William Crook’s work; who wrote extensively about Candida. He was perhaps the most well known pioneer in considering yeast as a root cause for many health maladies. Before Dr. Crook wrote his informative books, medical professionals did not consider Candida the way they do now. You’ll probably find his books facinating and quite helpful; even though they are somewhat dated. You can check out the Candida check list here, to help monitor yeast-related symptoms.

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Sarah Summer is one expert who can help you treat your yeast infection, if your pretty sure you actually have one. If you have been taking over the counter yeast infection treatments and your yeast infections keep coming back after a time; you should understand that the root causes of your yeast infection are not being addressed. The result is frequent, recurrent yeast infections that never seem to go away. Sarah Summer’s website (http://natural-cure-for-yeast-infection.com) will explain her experience with Candidiasis, and her book will elaborate on how to definitively put an end to such recurrent problems!

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