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Can You Have A Yeast Infection Without Discharge?

August 16, 2019


Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher and the creator
and formulator of the CanXida range of products. I’m talking to you from Las Vegas today. Having a great time here in Las Vegas. Awesome. We’re going to talk today about vaginal yeast
infections. Can you have a vaginal yeast infection without
a discharge? You sure can. This has occurred many times in clients I’ve
seen for a long period of time. I’ve worked with thousands of women over a
long period of time with vaginal yeast infections. In fact, it’s quite interesting when I go
up to Auckland in New Zealand on conferences and some of the doctors up there see me. Some of the more stupid doctors make all these
snide comments about my interest in women’s yeast infections, but my reply to that is
�It doesn’t matter. I’m getting really good results with many
women and I’m getting so many grateful emails and comments from people that have had these
infections for sometimes 20 years and we can get rid of them sometimes in three to six
months entirely.� It’s totally possible to completely get rid of a vaginal yeast infection
and to never get it back, but there are certain steps that you need to take, so please watch
my other videos on that. Some vaginal yeast infections involve certain
types of Candida. I deal with about 18 to 19 types of Candida
in my clinic. There’s a whole list of ones I commonly see. Some of the more common ones are Candida Albicans,
Candida glabrata, Candida tropicalis, Candida parapsilosis. I mean, the list goes on and on. Some of the more severe vaginal yeast infections
I see are Candida glabrata. I’ve seen some really bad. And often they involve itch and discharge. To me, it’s 50/50. A vaginal yeast infection can have discharge
or it cannot have a discharge. To answer that question for scientifically,
in my opinion, it also depends on estrogen a lot, on the woman’s menstrual cycle and
her hormones. Many women get bad yeast infections before
the period as estrogen starts to climb. I believe that the more toxic the liver is,
the more difficult it is to break estrogen down. The high estrogen spikes, the more disordered
the cycle is, the more likely she’s going to have a bad discharge. Healthy women tend to have a thinner discharge
and more easy to manage. These women tend to have much better regular
cycles. Woman that are quite large tend to bleed more. Women that are quite skinny tend to bleed
less. Woman that are large tend to have more estrogen
dominance also. Particularly, if they like alcohol and sugar
and fats in their diet. I believe a big part of this equation is detoxification
and great liver health and improving your menstrual cycle, which will improve the discharge
regardless whether you’ve got a yeast infection or not. But the Candida can exacerbate this really
bad. If you’ve got a vaginal yeast infection with
discharge, please consider Candida Crusher, the book I’ve written, and please also take
a look at CanXida formulations, the CanXida Remove, Restore and Rebuild. That formula has been out since 2013. We’ve worked on thousands of women. We’ve had outstanding results in this area. It’s an area I’m quite well known globally
for. Thanks for tuning in and I hope you got something
out of this video. Thank you.

1 Comment

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 8:33 pm

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