Yeast infection during pregnancy is quite common. As most of us are aware that yeast is always present in our body it takes just a little imbalance in chemical composition in vaginal area to develop yeast infection. Usually during second trimester of pregnancy women suffer from yeast infection. As the body goes through various chemical changes due to pregnancy, yeast start multiplying very fast.
It starts with a small rash in vagina and within a few days develop into yeast infection. While the body already has a hard time fighting and coping with the hormonal and other changes in the body, yeast infection develops as an additional task. High consumption of antibiotics and other medicines completely destroy the balance in vaginal area causing vaginal yeast infection.
Yeast infection itself does not affect the baby but the discomfort caused to mother because of infection may indirectly affect the baby. Medication provided by your gynecologist works temporarily and you need to keep taking it for long which may result in some other side effect like dizziness, vomiting and headaches.
Curing yeast infection during pregnancy with natural herbal ingredients is very effective and has no side effects either.
- Yoghurt can be used to treat yeast infection without being worried about any side effect. A tampon should be soaked in yoghurt and left in vagina for half an hour so. Just repeating the procedure for a few days works wonders in curing the infection.
- Apple cedar vinegar is known to treat yeast infection from root. Use it just for trial as it is not suitable for everybody.
- Garlic is very effective in treating yeast infection. Just apply some garlic paste and rinse after 15 minutes and see the results. You may have to repeat it for a few days until yeast infection is completely gone.
All of the above mentioned cures for yeast infection are based on user’s feedback and dependent upon individual’s body type. For those who are apprehensive about using these methods, herbal drops especially for yeast infection always works.