Candida Albicans Symptoms

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Are you experiencing Candida albicans symptoms? Candida albicans symptoms usually appear in and around the mouth, the vagina or penis or as diaper rash. Though not as prevalent as the previous mentioned areas, toenails and fingernails can sometimes be infected with Candida.

Candida albicans symptoms in the mouth are sometimes represented as a bluish-white or creamy-white patch or patches on the tongue. When inflamed they can turn into a beefy red color along the lining of the mouth or down into the throat. Another common name for Candida of the mouth is Thrush.

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Candida albicans symptoms of the vagina are represented as a yellow or white discharge. Inflammation of the vulva, the external area of the genitals, causes intense itching and burning.

Candida albicans symptoms of the penis are represented by an inflammation of the penis head also known as balanitis. It is more prevalent in men that are uncircumcised and usually obtained through unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person.

Candida albicans symptoms on babies are generally found as diaper rash. This form of Candida inflames the skin, usually turning it red and at times scaly.

Left untreated an infection of Candida albicans can invade the bloodstream affecting the heart, lungs, eyes and other organs. Candida albicans symptoms of internal organs are generally represented by chills, high fever, anemia and at times shock or a rash.

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Major Candida albicans symptoms resulting from an infection left untreated can cause heart murmurs and valve damage in the circulatory system. If the respiratory system is infected the lungs can cause a mucus discharge, also known as bloody sputum. Should the Candida infected brain it can generally cause acute changes in mental function along with a person’s behavior. It is also known to cause seizures.

Treating normal infections of Candida albicans can generally be accomplished by using simple over-the-counter medications. These topical anti-fungal drugs and topical creams are generally strong enough to handle most cases of Candida. If after a few days the symptoms don’t appear to be changing for the better it is strongly advised to seek out medical care. Prescription medication to treat Candida albicans is powerful enough to overcome nearly all cases. One dose prescription medications are available for vaginal cases of Candida albicans.

Once the infection has been arrested it is important to understand that the Candida affection may recur. This generally happens because of a reinfection from a sexual partner, making it a wise decision to treat both of you at the same time.

Like all antibiotics, those used to treat Candida albicans should be discontinued as soon as the infection goes away. Overuse of any antibiotic can sometimes strengthen the strain of bacteria and fungus making it more challenging to control in the future.

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Tiffany January 14, 2011 at 10:12 am

Great info on candida albicans. Thank you!

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Amber June 17, 2011 at 9:10 pm

Have you read YINM?

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Amber June 17, 2011 at 9:08 pm

Have you read the How to Cure Candida eBook? I am not sure if I should buy HTCC or YINM? Please let me know..thank you!

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Amber June 17, 2011 at 9:10 pm

Have you heard about “How to Cure Candida”? Is it worth the money…I want to know if you have any experience with the book. Thank you!

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admin June 27, 2011 at 4:28 pm

Hello Amber, that’s a good question. Both books are great, but I feel that How to Cure Candida has a lot more information on other health issues that should be addressed. They guys from How to Cure Candida provide excellent support, and additional resources that anyone can benefit especially if they want to get healthy.

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Candida June 27, 2011 at 4:19 pm

Great information…Here are some more candida symptoms that may help your readers.

· Poor digestion
· Loose or constipated stools
· Irritable bowel
· Painful gas
· Bloating
· Nausea and vomiting

Here is the full list of candida symptoms.
http://www.howtocurecandida.com/ecourse/Symptoms-of-Candida.html

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admin June 27, 2011 at 4:29 pm

Thank you for the additional Candida Symptoms my readers can benefit from your information and resource link.

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Ingrid Rozenberg July 10, 2011 at 3:26 pm

Please,would you inform me is there in Chicago ,Illinois doctor who
would treat me. looks like I am infected with this Candida Albicans at least
1/2 year after I used very strong antibayotics.
Please,respond on my above shown e-mail
Thank you Ingrid

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kibet September 12, 2011 at 5:06 am

have persistent ulcerative penis skin.can it be candida?

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Anastasia January 25, 2012 at 2:50 am

i have candida albicans,
how will i treat it, how will get the book?
please, helpe me out.
thanks.

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