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    Paula Thompson

    How Can I Get Rid Of A Persistent Yeast And Bacterial Infection?

    Dear eNotAlone: I'm at my wit's end. I've had a yeast and bacterial infection that just won't go away. It's been on-going for the past 3 months, and I feel like I'm at the end of my rope. Nothing I do seems to make it better.I'm so drained physically and emotionally at this point, and I don't know what else to do. How can I get rid of the infection?

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    It can be incredibly overwhelming to experience chronic infection, and I'm sorry you're dealing with this. Unfortunately, there are often no easy answers when it comes to tackling such stubborn infections. That doesn't mean that you should give up though - with the right combination of trial and error and professional help, your infection can eventually be conquered.

    First, let's start with maintaining your health during this process. I know that you are likely feeling exhausted, but maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important when battling infection. Eating balanced meals and staying physically active can help maintain your immune system, giving it the strength it needs to fight off the infection. make sure to get plenty of rest - the body uses sleep to repair any damage done by microbes and toxins during the day, so proper rest can be key in your healing process.

    Next, consider consulting with qualified healthcare professionals. Infections can be incredibly difficult to diagnose correctly and you may need to find someone who specializes in persistent infection. An infection specialist may be able to identify the source of your infection, recommend lifestyle changes or offer remedies to improve your condition.

    Also take note of any remedies you have already tried and express your concerns to your healthcare provider. There are an ever-increasing number of treatments available for persistent infection. From herbal and natural remedies to antibiotics and probiotics, you may want to attempt any recommended treatments before relying on more extreme methods, like surgery or other invasive interventions.

    Understand that it may take multiple attempts to treat the infection effectively. You may need to cycle through various treatments or objectives before finding a lasting solution. Even if something does not seem to work the first time, it doesn't mean you should give up altogether. Keep trying new approaches until you find the one that works for you. I hope you can find some relief from your ongoing battle with this yeast and bacterial infection. Doing your research and finding the right professional help can make all the difference as you seek a lasting remedy for your condition.

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