Yeast infection are common in pregnancy. And it do not affect your pregnancy or your baby to be. During pregnancy vaginal yeast infections are common among women, because hormone changes can disrupt the pH balance of the vagina.
According to the centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost 75% adult women have had at least one yeast infection in their lifetime. But don’t worry during your pregnancy, you can safely treat this infection, with antifungal vaginal creams or suppositories.
What might cause them?
This infections are caused by an overgrowth of a normal vaginal fungus, which is called Candida albicans. And this infections also may cause by high estrogen levels.
As a symptoms of this infections, you may experience a significant increase in vaginal discharge during your pregnancy. And milky, mild-smelling, thin and voluminous stuff is so common. And you may also experience itching and burning of the area outside of your vagina. Other symptoms of this yeast infections can include painful urination and discomfort during intercourse.
How to Treat a Yeast Infection When You are Pregnant?
If you experience the symptoms of yeast infections, then before using any medication, it will be best for you to call your healthcare provider. And the reasons is that, some women who think they have a yeast problem but actually they have a bacterial infection like bacterial vaginosis or trichomoniasis, where a yeast infection medication will only prolong the issue.
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