Wednesday, March 20, 2013

YEAST INFECTION TREATMENT AND OBESITY

One Dose Cure For Yeast Infections


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Fat girls are in denial about a lot of things. One of them is the fact that many of them have chronic yeast infections. If I had a dollar for every fat admirer who came to me complaining about running into the dreaded yeast beast I'd be rich. This is why I advise fat admirers to go for the blow job and avoid the yeasty cavern of a fat girl. Fat girls give the best head because are always hungry.


There is no better yeast incubator than the crotch of a fat girl. Yeast requires several conditions in order to thrive. Yeast likes dark places that are moist. Even when naked there is no way from light to get to the crotch region of the fat girl. Yeast also needs nutrients and its favorite nutrients are sugars.

Most fat girls have yeast infections. Yeast loves fat girls and here's why:

Because that girls are often sick with something doctors will often put them on an antibiotic just to shut them up. Most antibiotics kill a wide variety of bacteria, including those that normally live in the vagina. These bacteria protect the vagina from the overgrowth of yeast. Fat women are especially prone to yeast infections while taking antibiotics.

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Many fat admirers go by the motto no muff to tough but as you can see the virulent strains of yeast that forms in the crotches of BBWs have shown many fat admirers that some muffs really are too tough.



Fat girls are more often than not diabetic or prediabetic. Women with diabetes are at higher risk for yeast infections, especially if blood sugar levels are often higher than normal.

The anatomy of a fat girl creates a constant source of nutrients and incubation for yeast. Many fat girls, especially the ones with pillow arms and big butts, simply cannot reach back there after they poop. The giant mudflaps of their butts in a thunder thighs create a superhighway that transports the yeast from the anal region to their vaginas. There is no way to prevent that short of weight loss and good hygiene. You can forget about that the fat girl.

Hormonal imbalances are another cause of chronic yeast infections in fact girls are far more hormonally challenged then their slender counterparts. Because fat stores estrogen fat girls are very often estrogen dominant. Yeast loves estrogen.

VAGINAL YEAST INFECTION TREATMENT

Treatment of a vaginal yeast infection may include a pill that you take by mouth or a vaginal treatment.
Vaginal treatment — Treatment for a vaginal yeast infection often includes a vaginal cream or tablet. You apply the cream or tablet inside the vagina at bedtime with an applicator. There are prescription and non-prescription treatments, so ask your doctor or nurse which to use. One, three, and seven-day treatments are equally effective. The duration of treatment should depend upon severity of infection.
Oral treatment — A prescription pill called fluconazole (Diflucan®) is another option for treating yeast infections. Most women only need one dose, although women with more complicated infections (such as those with underlying medical problems, recurrent yeast infections, or severe signs and symptoms) may require a second dose 72 hours (3 days) after the first dose.

Side effects of fluconazole are mild and infrequent, but may include stomach upset, headache, and rash. Fluconazole interacts with a number of medications; ask your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist if you have concerns. Fluconazole is not usually recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy due to the potential risk of harm to the fetus.
When will the yeast beast retreat? — Most yeast infections go away within a few days after starting treatment. However, you may continue to feel itchy and irritated, even after the infection is gone. If you do not get better within a few days after finishing treatment, call your doctor or nurse for advice.
There is now good news for BBW's and the fat admirers who pork them.
The title of this article is not just a tease. There really is a one dose one day yeast infection treatment and it's available without a prescription.  Because fat girls want what they want when they want it and because gynecologists got sick of looking at nasty crotches when they could be looking at  sexy skinny MILF crotch the good folks at  DIFLUCAN® ONE listened and created in one day one dose cure for yeast infections.

What is DIFLUCAN ONE?

DIFLUCAN ONE is a 1-pill, 1-dose, 1-day treatment that is clinically proven to cure most yeast infections. It can be taken anytime, anywhere, and it starts to relieve your symptoms in just one day.

Did you know?

For years, DIFLUCAN has only been available by prescription – and it has become the #1 brand prescribed by doctors for the treatment of yeast infections. But it’s now available without a prescription as DIFLUCAN ONE.

How does DIFLUCAN ONE work?

DIFLUCAN ONE works by stopping the growth of the fungi that caused the yeast infection in the first place. Although you only need to take one pill, the medication in DIFLUCAN ONE, fluconazole 150 mg, continues working in your body for several days until your yeast infection is cured. You'll notice your symptoms begin to disappear within 24 hours and within 7 days they should be gone completely. If your symptoms have not improved within 3 days and have not completely disappeared within 7 days, contact your doctor.

What you should know about taking DIFLUCAN ONE

How it's taken:

  • Take DIFLUCAN ONE by mouth as a one-time only dose, with or without food.
  • It can be taken anytime, anywhere to relieve the itching, burning and discharge associated with yeast infections.
  • Do not take more than one dose for an infection.

Special Precautions:

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking DIFLUCAN ONE if:
  • This is your first yeast infection.
  • You have frequent vaginal infections.
  • You are at increased risk for sexually transmitted infections, have multiple sexual partners or change partners often.
  • You have heart disease.
  • You are considering using this product for a child under 12 years old.

Possible Side Effects:

  • Most side effects reported in clinical trials were mild to moderate in nature. They included headache, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea.
  • If you develop skin eruptions, experience a new rash or allergy symptoms such as hives, contact a doctor or pharmacist.
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