[Ask a Girl] Yeast infections

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  1. yitbos

    yitbos New Member

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    My wife has always gotten yeast infections easily. She didn't when she was younger but as she has gotten older it has become worse.

    It seems like when I eat her pussy she is more likely to get them. She loves to be eaten out but obviously doesn't like getting a yeast infection. usually it's eat her out, often times to orgasm, the it's sex, pull out, eat her more, sex again, eat her more, pretty much over and over until she absolutely wants her orgasm. Sobthere is lots of sylavia getting deep into her pussy.

    Is this common for women. If a man eats your pussy are you more likely to get one? Is there something in sylavia that causes them. Every woman I've ever dated, I've eaten out and I've never heard of any of them having a problem. It could be me but I'm sure there are other factors.

    Do any of the women have this issue.
     
  2. CruelTease

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    Maybe you have oral thrush? I've heard of thrush affecting the mouth, maybe you should see a doctor to rule that out. It might be worth both of you visiting the doctor together to discuss her recurring infections too.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion CruelTease. I've never had any comments from the dentist about this potential issue but I've also never looked specifically at it. I looked it up on google and I don't see a match for anythign I have, but next time I'm at the dentist I'll ask.
     
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    Hi,

    As women age, the Ph of the vagina can change, making her more succeptible to yeast and/or bacterial infections. The dentist suggestion is very valid.

    Try using mouthwash prior to oral sex with her. Not only does it kill germs that may be culprits, but the hot/minty sensation will feel great on her clit.
     
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    Also, are you showering before sex? If you've gone all day working, running around sweating in your underpants, that is just a set up for a yeast infection with your lady, especially if you don't use condoms.

    Try using the mouth wash like others have mentioned, but also try showering prior to sex and have her get up and clean up after sex. Leaving things in there to stew is just asking for trouble lol.
     
  6. Dragon_Fire

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    When a woman treats herself for thrush, her partner should also treat himself too as it is common to pass the the infection back and forth. My first long term partner and I did this for years. It wasn't until we separated that I managed to break the cycle.
     
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    I agree with Dragon Fire. If you're the partner of someone who's got a yeast infection then you have to be treated too. Otherwise, she won't get rid of it.
     
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    Make sure she doesn't use any kind of oil based lubes (or baby oil) because those harbor bacteria and make you more susceptible to an infection.

    She should take acidiophilis supplements and eat yogurt too,it may help.
     
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    Yeast is natural flora of both the vagina and mouth but normally kept in check by other "normal" organisms however they can flourish and become the dominant specie under certain conditions;
    Change in pH as mentioned by FC
    Increase in sweet nutrients such as glucose as in emerging diabetes
    Treatment with antibiotics which eliminate competing bacteria
    Reduction in immune response
    That is just to name a few from the top of my head.
    Bottom line is that if it continues to be a problem then there should be some clinical investigations; go see a doctor!
     
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    Well, I may not be a girl, but I am a medical professional......and in my opinion, go see a doctor if this has been a long standing problem. I assume she is on a pill based BC, and if this be the case, I would definitely recommend the start of a acidophilus OTC supplement. I am not a doctor, hence why I can only recommend, so go see your doctor and get the verdict. Hope this helps.
     
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    Yes you both do need to be treated and oral thrush is quite common, you shoulkd both see the doctor and start your nedication at the same time. Also eating natural yoghurt is very good for after taking antibiotic as it helps get rid of all the bodies gunk that has built up and also I found the femifresh made any infection worse for me.

    There's lots of remedies that are non medical and natural to treat thrush it's just doing your homework

    this may help as it talks about both types of thrush Oral Thrush - Adults - NHS Choices

    Good luck :rose