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Fight the yeast infections during pregnancy with natural ingredients!

Shalini Mittal

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Fight the yeast infections during pregnancy

Vulvovaginal candidiasis is the name for the yeast infection that the women are at a risk of contracting during pregnancy. The statistics reveal that out of 4 women 3 women will suffer from at least one yeast infection during their lifetime and 45% of the women go through two or more types of yeast infections. In order to fight this, the article is here to help the ladies who are going to give birth to the babies. It is necessary to stay healthy and fight these infections in the home itself.

 

  • Apple Cider Vinegar:

 

This is acidic in nature and consuming it in small amounts not only makes the fungus stay away from the body, but it also stops the fungus to grow and return. It can be taken with water or can be applied to the area directly in small amounts.

 

  • Garlic

 

This inhibits the Candida species. It can be taken in the raw form of 2 to 3 cloves daily or it can be taken in the powdered form to stay fit and fine.

 

  • Indian lilac

 

Known as Neem it helps in making the immune system of the body strong. It can be boiled in the water and then the water can be applied in the vaginal area with the help of a clean cloth.

 

  • Cranberries

 

Drinking cranberry juice daily or drinking a mixture of cranberry juice and apple juice makes the body ready to fight the infections and stay fit and fine.

 

  • Aloe-Vera

 

Known for the n number of qualities this herb is really a boon for the mankind. Applying the gel to the area or taking it in the supplement can help the ladies.

 

  • Coconut oil

 

 

Applying coconut oil to the affected area can help the infection to heal.

 

  • Yogurt

 

Having a cup of yogurt will not only stop the infection from coming but soothe the body and nutrition will be supplied.

 

  • Fermented foods

 

 

These foods help in preventing the infection to invade the body and hence should be taken more.

Shalini has been working with IRN Post for 2 years now. As IRN’s team member Shalini is a well recognized journalist with experience attained from being a part of popular websites in the past.

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