The pill has really helped us in a number of different ways and for some of us, it gives us a freedom that we did not have before. Unfortunately, it is still a pharmaceutical method of controlling something that is natural within our bodies. It may also be to blame for a lot of problems in our bodies, including yeast infections. Here is a little bit about how birth control can affect your body and whether it is to blame for the yeast infections that you have been experiencing. You might find this to be rather eye-opening.

Although the pill does make it convenient for us to live our lives as we like, it may actually be causing a problem because of reducing our immunity to a certain extent. Did you know that antibiotics, when they are taken for an extended period of time typically leave an individual unable to fight off a yeast infection? The reason why that is the case is because antibiotics are rather non-discriminate whenever they are destroying bacteria in our body. Along with the bad bacteria that is causing problems for us, they will destroy the good bacteria that fights off harmful invaders to our body, such as yeast. The birth control pill does something similar.

Although the pill does not kill bacteria in our body, it may reduce it to a certain extent and lower our ability to fight off everything from colds to yeast spores. That is why many people who start taking the pill immediately start getting yeast infections as a result. Because the pill serves such a useful purpose for many of us, it is almost something that we tend to put up with, even though it would be nice not to have it at all.

If you must take the pill and you are suffering from yeast infections as a result, you should try to cure the problem naturally instead of running out to the drug store and buying a cream. Simply keeping your body in the best shape possible, eating the right foods and getting exercise on a daily basis is going to help you in this area. You should also be eating yogurt every day as it helps to promote the growth of healthy bacteria in our bodies. Apple cider vinegar will do the same thing and a clove of garlic on a daily basis helps as well. All of these things add up to improving your overall health and helping you to avoid yeast infections.

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