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Adult Thrush

It's not as difficult to cure as you think

Adult thrush, which is commonly called a yeast infection, is a fungal infection of any of the Candida species, most commonly Candida albicans. The medical name is Candidiasis. Adult thrush can affect different parts of the body, such as the skin or genitals, and the severity can range from superficial to a potentially life-threatening systemic infection. Life-threatening systemic adult thrush tends to occur only in immunocompromised individuals, such as AIDS patients or cancer patients. Candida infections of the skin or mucosal membranes can cause inflammation, and discomfort, such as itching and burning.

Causes of Adult Thrush

Candida(yeast) is naturally present in our body. Other naturally occurring microorganisms such as bacteria and the human immune system typically keep Candida from multiplying out of control and so it lives harmlessly.

Studies have shown that in women, Candida albicans typically exists in around 20 percent of healthy women’s vaginas. Typically, the carriers experience no symptoms. External use of irritants, such as certain soaps, or hormonal disturbances can lead to an overgrowth of the yeast and noticeable thrush symptoms. Antibiotics can kill beneficial bacteria as well as the bacteria they are intended to kill, and thus give Candida the opportunity to grow.

A weakened or undeveloped immune system, or metabolic illnesses like diabetes can predispose an individual toward candidaisis. Linked diseases include HIV/AIDS, mononucleosis, cancer treatments, steroids, stress, and nutrient deficiency, and others. Women are more prone to genital thrush than men, although men can also develop a yeast infection.


What are Adult Thrush Symptoms?

Symptoms are easily treated

Thrush Symptoms typically include severe itching, burning and soreness, regardless of where the thrush infection occurs. Vaginal thrush typically also includes a whitish or whitish gray discharge, which often has a curd-like texture. Men can develop red patchy sores near the head of the penis, severe itching, and a burning sensation, particularly upon urination. A white discharge may also occur, but this is uncommon. Men, too, can carry a thrush infection without exhibiting any symptoms.


How to treat and cure Adult Thrush

There is a high percentage of people suffering in silence with recurring thrush. Buying over the counter medications don't work because they only kill the thrush, they don't repair the damage caused by thrush and prevent it from recurring. At the same time the thought of being treated by a doctor can be horrifying.

My partner and I suffered with thrush for a long time and we tried the quick fix products like Canesten cream which only stall the thrush, for months after we still suffered with recurring thrush, spending up to £30 / $50 a month on creams at times which never cured the problem.

In clinical settings, thrush is typically treated with antimycotics, which are anti-fungal drugs. The problem with this is because the fungus/yeast which causes thrush is a natural occurrence within the human body, you can't fight the problem with creams and capsules, you need to control the problem and help your body to keep it's natural bacteria and keep the adult thrush under control. This is because the "quick fix" products kill the yeast, but the yeast isn't the root of the problem. To effectively cure thrush you need to replenish and stimulate the regrowth of good bacteria which naturally keep thrush under control and stop thrush from regrowing for good.


How to Cure Adult Thrush

All natural cure, proven to work

There are many misconceptions around adult thrush and treatments. Thrush is caused by Candida Albicans, a yeast which is naturally occurring throughout the human body including the intestines, stomach, throat, mouth and externally, penis, vagina and other moist warm parts of the body. Thrush is in most cases controlled naturally by the human body and never show any symptoms but in people who are compromised, thrush can be very stubborn.

However, thrush can be cured.

Fortunately, you do not have to spend lots of money on anti-fungal creams to cure thrush. In fact, you can't cure recurring thrush with anti-fungal creams, it just doesn't work like that. Curing thrush is really easy once you know how. Understanding how the body's natural balance controls the yeast infection is the first step to cure thrush.

Penile Thrush can be treated with over-the-counter anti-fungal creams. However, while the creams will kill the Candida(yeast), they do not cure the infection. To cure a yeast infection you have to stop it from recurring and the only way to do that is with a thorough natural program to nip it in the bud. Unlike anti-fungal creams, Yeastrol is an all natural cure for thrush that works like nothing else on the market today. It has been tried, tested and proven by thousands of sufferers to be the most effective cure for all types of thrush. To find out more about Yeastrol and to cure your thrush, click below to go straight to the offer OR read our Yeastrol review here.


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