Can putting yogurt in your vagina help after a yeast infection?

I recently went to the doctor and she told me that I had a yeast infection. And it had lead to something else, I can't remember the name. She put me on antibiotics two different times and the itching and everything went away. But I still have yellowish discharge. She tested me for STD's and told me I didn't have any. She said I should dip a tampon in plain yogurt and put it in my vagina for one hour, every day, for the next six months. Because it helps to build up the Ph levels in your vagina. I haven't tried it yet. Should I? Will the discharge go away? And if I do it, how much yogurt should be on the tampon?

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5 Responses to Can putting yogurt in your vagina help after a yeast infection?

  1. Krista O says:

    I've never heard of that remedy but I have heard if you take Acidophiles(i may not have spelled that right) orally it is good for your intestines and it helps to keep the good bacteria in your vagina healthy as well. You can get it at your local drugstore or a GNC . some do have to be refrigerated.

  2. Air Rick Ahh!! says:

    Ummm…ask ur GYNO..ive never heard of that …sounds kinda nasty..n sticky lol..good luck!

  3. cookies says:

    Hi there.

    The idea is to get your vaginal pH LOWER. A more acidic pH provides a more hostile environment – AGAINST bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis, atrophic vaginitis, and "yeast" infections.

    The average female (of age to have periods, having not gone into menopause) has a pH of about 4 to 4.5. A pH higher than this is a nice breeding ground for pesky "bad" bacteria (such as BV) and fungi (yeast infections).

    In order to keep a lower pH, a vagina has to have a decent amount of exposure to estrogen (i.e. you still get your period regularly) and has a decent internal amount of "good" bacteria. The "good" bacteria (found in your nose, intestines, other places around your body, and yes, your vagina) make by-products ("trash") such as lactic acid. Lactic acid lowers a pH to nice level.

    Where does "good" bacteria come from? It naturally travels into your vagina from your anus (eww, I know, but its natural). You can also help build up the levels by introducing bacteria from the food you eat (active cultures in yogurt, DanActive, etc mean LIVE BACTERIA, you eat it, it goes and lives in your intestines, it travels outside your body in your panties into your vagina.

    However, you doctor was clearing cutting to the chase and just putting the bacteria (in the yogurt) directly into your vagina, via dipping the tampon with it first.

    While this does make sense in theory, please be careful as yogurt also contains sugar, which is very good for… YEAST. This is why flavored lubricates for sex are glycerin (sugar) free.

    You are better off taking a oral supplement. At Walgreens and CVS you will find a brand called AZO. Pretty cheap. Some places also have ovules you can place in your vagina with bacteria in them. An every other day-ish diet of yogurt really isn't a bad idea though. The DanActive shots are liquid and don't taste too bad… down in one swig. They come in a pack of four and are usually less that 3 bucks.

    (This discharge WILL go away with your antibiotic, which was probably Flagyl or Biaxin, and your antifungal, which was probably Diflucan or some Monistat type thing. For the long term, though, you gotta look into establishing some good bacteria.)

    Douching kills good bacteria. Don't do that. Sperm is pH 7, but that pH goes back to normal after about a day. Good luck.

  4. sabrina says:

    I’m intersting in this program but can’t afford it. I want to be a natural cure person do to my acid reflux. That another story but want to help people in that area. I also have problem with bv. What do i need just your book help so i can be a blessing to others.

  5. lovly me says:

    i have exprienced that and am going to try the yogurt thing hope it will work with me.

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