Will a Yeast Infection Go Away on Its Own?

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Yes it is possible for a yeast infection to go away with time. People may decide not to wait and buy over-the-counter medications due to some of the troubling symptoms.Though the oncoming of menses may also work to eliminate the yeast infection due to the PH levels in the blood fighting off the yeast.
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For about 1 out of 4 women, a yeast infection will go away on it's own just after her period as her period will change the pH of the vagina and get rid of the infection. Yogurt doesn't
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it may not be a yeast infection it could be signs of an sti but if you aren't sexually active it could be that your not cleaning down there properly if you are a girl do not wash
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Not Medical Advice: They can last anywhere from 1-14 days. You can clear them faster with medication! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 11:29AM EST. Source
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Yeast infections will not go away on their own, and they can get worse without
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