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I’ve Never Had Sex And Now Have A Yeast Infection How Could This Occur?

September 3, 2019


Good day, Eric Bakker, naturopath, author
of Candida Crusher with another FAQ. I’ve never have sex and now I have a yeast
infection. How did this occur? Well, you don’t have to get a yeast infection
necessarily through sexual transmission. It can be transmitted sexually, but it’s not
an STD per se like Gonorrhea or Chlamydia. Yeast infections occur through various mechanisms. My question to you would be have you taken
the oral conceptive pill? Have you taken antibiotics? Do you have a craving for sugar or sweet foods?
There are many reasons why you can develop a yeast infection. A woman with profuse menstrual
discharge with a high sugar intake, wearing very tight clothing, with poor circulation,
high stress, high carb diet; there are many ways you can develop it. It can be transmitted
sexually, but it is not a sexually-transmitted disease as such. So you can easily develop a yeast infection
and you could have never been intimate before, so it’s highly possible. So try and find out
what the cause of your yeast infection is. You can read about this in Chapter 4 and Chapter
5 in my book, Candida Crusher. You’ll get a lot more information about vaginal infections
in that section of the book. So check them out. So I hope that answers your question. Thank
you.

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