I have been experiencing perimenopausal symptoms or much of the "34 signs of menopause" for about a year now.
I will be going to my doctor soon about this, he is considering my taking Progesterone for 10 days each month, for 3 months...hoping to get me balanced out. Anyway, this year I have been on a number of anti-biotics and have developed thrush twice. Yet, it appears that I am developing it again. The last I took antibiotics was in August and took Nistatin the following month.
I do know that those who are peri/meno are more susceptible to yeast infections and that thrush is the same but to be sure, is oral thrush equally advantageous in those experiencing a hormonal imbalance?
Too, I am curious: do you agree with the "34 signs of menopause" (found here: http://www.power-surge.com/educate/34symptoms.htm)as far as symptoms go? I found this in searching for perimenopause. I should think both experience the same?
A. Menopause is not necessarily a time of increased risk of yeast infections. However, taking antibiotics can be. Antibiotics kill not only the bad bacteria they are intended to get rid of, they also kill the
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