Article 4: 7 Mistakes To Avoid When Suffering From A Yeast Infection

Taking antibiotics for a long period of time can cause you to develop yeast infections. If this happens to you, you should immediately stop taking your antibiotics and contact your doctor. If you have developed yeast infections during the past because of antibiotics, you should let your doctor know about it before he or she prescribes you antibiotics.

As a woman, you may think that douching your vaginal area will help keep you clean; this is actually not true. When you douche, you are stripping the natural protective lining of the vagina, allowing yeast infections to form. Douching also eliminates your body's good bacteria, which leaves you more susceptible to yeast infections.