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Can I have a yeast infection and not know it?

Is it really possible to have a yeast infection without knowing it? Will the symptoms be less severe?
asked Jul 23, 2013 in Diagnosis by saura

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Absolutely. Keep your eye on symptoms that don’t seem to improve with treatment. Digestive disorders, chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue, heart palpitations, UTIs, and a host of other disorders can all be related back to a yeast overgrowth. Yeast is not always on the outside of your body, so when it's systemic and on the inside, you will not be able to see it. It can be less severe or more severe, it really just depends on your body. Either way, you do not want yeast overgrowth, and you will feel several times better once you get rid of the symptoms. One thing to note is that while most are simply treated, those that keep coming back should be the subject of closer scrutiny. You need to make sure you’re always treating your underlying causes (like Candida), and not just the symptoms.
answered Jul 23, 2013 by AdrianDole Trusted Candida Expert (8,120 points)