All three of my pregnancies were plagued with pregnancy-related health problems. When I found out that the IUI (Intra-Uterine Insemination) was successful after just one cycle, I was in seventh heaven. I just could not believe that I was pregnant, not until I could see the fetus’ heartbeat on the ultrasound scan. However, when the morning sickness or rather round-the-clock sickness set in, followed by a host of other pregnancy related problems, I was miserable. I was so miserable and in discomfort that I hardly smiled throughout my pregnancy. Apart from the terrible morning sickness, I also suffered from most of the common pregnancy related problems ranging from acne on my face, bleeding gums which resulted in a pregnancy tumor in my gum, dizziness, heartburn, lack of appetite, insomnia, varicose veins, a sensitive uterus, a threatened preterm labor, backache and recurring yeast infections.
I was attacked by yeast infection almost every other month during my first pregnancy. Despite being prescribed with oral antibiotics, topical medication and vaginal suppositories, avoided sugary and cheesy food, the yeast just loved my down under so much that it kept coming back all through my pregnancy! Yeast infections and pregnancy are akin to sugar and ants. If you are pregnant, chances of you having yeast infections are high due to the changes in hormones in your body. The yeast infections only stopped bothering me after Alycia was born.
Yeast infection during pregnancy is a very common problem and it is more frequent during the last two trimesters of pregnancy. Sufferers of yeast infection will have increase in the amount of thin, white, odd smelling discharge, along with having some itch. If you are one of the unfortunate ones suffering from recurring yeast infections, you may want to check out Monistat Vaginal Therapy. Monistat relieves symptoms rapidly and targets infection site to start healing yeast infection instantly. Just click on the links provided above to find out more about this product.No. of times viewed = 112