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    Reducing Your Risk of Vaginal Yeast Infections

    75% of women will get at least one yeast infection during their lifetime. There are several types of vaginitis, including vaginal yeast infections. This fungal infection is caused by yeast overgrowth and its symptoms can be intense. Most women experience one or two vaginal yeast infections during their lifetime, but some women suffer from recurrent […]

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    Causes and Risk Factors of Vaginal Yeast Infections

    [updated July 2019] If you’ve been suffering from persistent vaginal irritation, pain, or abnormal discharge, you may have a vaginal yeast infection. Yeast overgrowth can also cause symptoms like a burning sensation during urination, vulvar swelling, and vaginal rash. If these symptoms apply to you, consider visiting a doctor specializing in candida overgrowth and chronic yeast […]

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    A Brief Introduction to Vaginal Yeast Infections

    [updated August 2019] Every year, millions of cases of vaginitis (vaginal inflammation) affect women of all ages, but they are especially susceptible during the reproductive years. In fact, 3 out of 4 women end up with a yeast infection at some point during their lifetime and many women experience at least two yeast infections. A […]

  • Vaginal Yeast Infections: One Pill Is Not The Answer

    Vaginal yeast infections (also known as Candida vaginitis), can be an unpleasant and uncomfortable topic for women who suffer from this condition. At Mitchell Medical Group, we regularly see women who have been to their gynecologist for these infections, but they experience chronic relapses. Why? ONE PILL IS NOT ENOUGH These relapses happen because one pill of […]

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    The 4 Stages of Candida Overgrowth: How Are You Affected?

    [ updated August 2019] At Mitchell Medical Group, we see almost a dozen patients a week suffering from candida overgrowth symptoms. In most cases, these patients have seen at least half a dozen doctors: gynecologists, gastroenterologists, dermatologists, ENTs (Ear, Nose, and Throat), as well as their primary care doctor and possibly a chiropractor. In many of […]