Candida Question #11 Can Bladder Infection Cause Yeast Infection or Not?

Well, it’s not really likely that a bladder infection, which is generally bacterial, will cause a yeast infection, which is usually fungal. They can occur simultaneously, though. And a bladder infection may predispose you towards an immune weakness, which would increase your susceptibility to a vaginal yeast infection. So it could be indirectly linked to it. It certainly could, and I certainly have seen females with a bladder infection and a vaginal yeast infection occurring at the same time. Quite painful and uncomfortable and I’ve certainly seen it.

Having a bladder infection may make you take an antibiotic like Trimethoprim for example or another antibiotic for several days, which can increase your susceptibility to getting a vaginal yeast infection, so that’s how it can be linked up.

I’m going to do other videos on bladder infections, so when you have a bladder infection drink plenty of water and look at my other information you’ll find in my book, Candida Crusher regarding bladder infections. There are some good hints and tips in the book, and you’ll find some more videos on what to do for bacterial infections involving the bladder in particular.

So, I hope that answers your question. Thanks for your question.

Candida Question #10 Can I believe In The 12-Hour Yeast Infection Cure?

Well, what do you think? How can you cure Candida in 12 hours? What a line of bologna. It’s not possible. You can’t cure Candida in 12 hours any more than you can pay off a mortgage in 12 months. You can’t own a house in 12 months. You can’t get rid of an infection in 12 hours. It’s ridiculous.

It took time to build the infection; it’s going to take time to get the immune system rallying up so it can get rid of the infection. Allow yourself three to four months at a minimum, and if you’ve had a chronic infection, allow your 12 months at a minimum. That’s common sense. And common sense doesn’t seem to be very common in medicine these days.
So I hope that answers your question. It’s not possible to cure a yeast infection in 12 hours. It’s ridiculous.
Thank you.

Candida Question #9 Can A Man’s PSA Level Become Elevated Due To A Prostate Infection?

It certainly can. There are many reasons why your prostate may become enlarged. An enlargement of the prostate will cause an elevation of PSA, whether it’s through benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH, prostate cancer; but in my opinion, also due to a yeast infection or another infection of the prostate.

When the prostate gets enlarged in general, it will cause an elevation of PSA. Now, your urologist or urinary doctor may disagree with me, but on several occasions I have seen a male’s prostate PSA level come down once we treated a yeast infection.

What are some of the reasons why men’s prostates would become affected through Candida? Beer drinking is one of them, excess sugar consumption, having intimate relations with a female with chronic vaginal thrush, and if he’s got a low immune system, and particularly if he’s under high stress. But I have seen many cases of males with prostate issues, pain in the groin, burning on urination, high PSA levels, and many other manifestations of urinary male Candida infection.

So to answer the question, absolutely, a man’s PSA can be elevated due to prostatitis, which can have a cause in yeast infection.