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Comprehensive Home Yeast Infection Test

An In-Depth Yeast Infection Test You Can Take from Your Home


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This test was adapted from a test created by Dr. William G. Crook. The test provided for you on this page cannot provide you with a definite answer but will give you a probability of you having a Candida infection.

Yeast Infection Test Part A

Part A of the home yeast infection test will determine the probability that you have Candida induced health maladies based on your answers to the questions. Each question has a checkbox beside it. By checking the checkbox you indicate a "yes" answer; by leaving the checkbox blank, you indicate a "no" answer. The total points assigned to your score for checking (answering yes) the checkbox is provided at the end of the question.

  1. Have you taken Tetracyclines or any antibiotics for acne for 30 days or more? (35 points)
  2. Have you ever used a broad-spectrum antibiotic or antibacterial medications for infections for 60 days or longer, or in shorter courses 4 or more times in a one year period? (35 points)
  3. Have you ever taken even a single dose of a broad-spectrum antibiotic drug? (6 points)
  4. Have you experienced persistent vaginitis, prostatitis, or other problems affecting your genitals? (25 points)
  5. Do you experience memory problems or lapses in concentration? (20 points)
  6. Do you experience the feeling of being "sick all over" but are not able to ascertain a cause, even after visits to physicians? (20 points)
  7. Were you pregnant more than 2 times? (5 points)
  8. Were you pregnant only one time? (3 points)
  9. Have you been on birth control pills for more than 2 years? (15 points)
  10. Have you been on birth control pills for six months but no more than 2 years? (8 points)
  11. Have you taken steroids by injection, orally, or by inhalation for more than two weeks? (15 points)
  12. Have you taken steroids by injection, orally, or by inhalation for two weeks or less? (6 points)
  13. Do you find that being around perfumes, insecticides, or other chemicals cause moderate to severe symptoms? (20 points)
  14. Do you find that being around perfumes, insecticides, or other chemicals cause only light symptoms? (5 points)
  15. Does tobacco smoke bother you considerably? (10 points)
  16. Have you ever experienced athlete's foot, jock itch, ringworm, or other types of fungal infections that were severe or persistent? (20 points)
  17. Have you ever experienced athlete's foot, jock itch, ringworm, or other types of fungal infections that were mild? (10 points)
  18. Do you have cravings for sugary comestibles, alcohol, cheese or foods made with yeast? (10 points)

Yeast Infection Test Part B

Part B of the home yeast infection test deals with symptoms that are commonly present in individuals suffering from Candida infections. There are four answers that can be given for each question; the default answer is "No" which indicates you do not experience the symptom at all. If you do suffer from the symptom then select the option that best describes the severity and/or frequency. Symptoms that are mild or seldom experienced have a score of 3 points. Symptoms that are moderate or frequent have a score of 6 points. Symptoms that are severe or very frequent have a score of 9 points.

Question 1:
Do you experience fatigue or lethargy?
Question 2:
Do you feel like you have less energy than you should?
Question 3:
Do you experience depression or bipolar disorder?
Question 4:
Do you experience numbness, burning, or tingling sensations?
Question 5:
Do you experience headaches?
Question 6:
Do you experience muscle aches?
Question 7:
Do you experience muscle weakness or paralysis?
Question 8:
Do you experience pain and/or swelling in the joints?
Question 9:
Do you experience abdominal pains?
Question 10:
Do you experience constipation or diarrhea?
Question 11:
Do you experience bloating, belching, or intestinal gas?
Question 12:
Do you experience vaginal burning, itching, or vaginal discharge?
Question 13:
Do you experience prostatitis?
Question 14:
Do you experience impotence?
Question 15:
Do you experience endometriosis or infertility?
Question 16:
Do you experience cramps?
Question 17:
Do you experience premenstrual tensions?
Question 18:
Do you experience attacks of crying or anxiety?
Question 19:
Do you experience low body temperature?
Question 20:
Do you experience hypothyroidism?
Question 21:
Do you shake when you are hungry or are you irritable when have not eaten?
Question 22:
Do you experience cystitis or interstitial cystitis?

Yeast Infection Test Part C

Part C of this home yeast infection test focuses on symptoms that are occasionally found in individuals with health problems related to Candida; yet these symptoms may be present in individuals with other health problems. There are four answers that can be given for each question; the default answer is "No" which indicates you do not experience the symptom at all. If you do suffer from the symptom than select the option that best describes the severity and/or frequency. Symptoms that are mild or seldom experienced have a score of 1 point. Symptoms that are moderate or frequent have a score of 2 points. Symptoms that are severe or very frequent have a score of 3 points.

Question 1:
Do you experience drowsiness?
Question 2:
Do you experience irritability?
Question 3:
Do you experience a lack of coordination?
Question 4:
Do you experience frequent mood swings
Question 5:
Do you experience insomnia?
Question 6:
Do you experience dizziness?
Question 7:
Do you experience pressure above the ears?
Question 8:
Do you experience sinus problems or are your cheekbones or forehead tender?
Question 9:
Do you bruise easily?
Question 10:
Do you experience eczema or itching eyes?
Question 11:
Do you experience psoriasis?
Question 12:
Do you experience chronic hives (urticaria)?
Question 13:
Do you experience indigestion or heartburn?
Question 14:
Do you experience sensitivity to milk, wheat, corn, or other common foods?
Question 15:
Do you have mucus in your stools?
Question 16:
Do you experience rectal itching?
Question 17:
Do you experience dry mouth or throat?
Question 18:
Do you experience mouth rashes including "white" tongue?
Question 19:
Do you experience bad breath?
Question 20:
Do body odors seem to not be relieved even after washing?
Question 21:
Do you experience nasal congestion or postnasal drip?
Question 22:
Do you experience nasal itching?
Question 23:
Do you experience sore throats?
Question 24:
Do you experience laryngitis?
Question 25:
Do you experience coughs or recurrent bronchitis?
Question 26:
Do you experience pain or tightness in the chest?
Question 27:
Do you experience wheezing or shortness of breath?
Question 28:
Do you experience urinary frequency or urgency?
Question 29:
Do you experience burning sensations when urinating?
Question 30:
Do you experience erratic vision or do you see spots in front of your eyes?
Question 31:
Do you experience burning or tearing eyes?
Question 32:
Do you experience recurrent ear infections or fluid in the ears?
Question 33:
Do you experience ear pain or deafness?
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Result Interpretation

The grand total of this test will help you determine if your health problems are in fact yeast-connected. Consider sharing the results of this test with your physician. Please note that scores will likely be higher for women than they are for men.

Yeast related health problems are almost certainly present in women with scores over 180, and in men with scores over 140.

Yeast related health problems are likely present in women with scores over 120, and in men with scores over 90.

Yeast related health problems are possibly present in women with scores over 60, and in men with scores over 40.

If your score is less than 60 and you’re a woman, or less than 40 and you’re a man; yeast is less likely to cause health problems. You may wish to run this by a doctor in case you still feel you have a yeast connected health issue.

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