Another frequently asked question we encounter pertains to the relationship between chronic Candida and endometriosis. Yes, there is indeed a connection between the two conditions. We’ve discussed this connection in detail in our book, Candida Crusher.
There was a medical conference on endometriosis where much of the discussion revolved around eradicating yeast infections in women. It’s quite common for women with acute vaginal yeast infections to try various treatments – be it preparations, creams, or medications. However, in many cases, these infections persist, leading to more intensive or prolonged treatments. The concerning issue here is that continually treating a localized infection might inadvertently push the condition deeper into the body. This can potentially transition a surface condition into a chronic, internal issue.
Many women with endometriosis have shared that they previously suffered from recurrent vaginal yeast infections. Over time and after numerous treatments, some of these women later developed cysts in the endometrium. While not every case of endometriosis has a background of yeast infection, a significant number seem to. To mitigate the risk of developing endometriosis, it’s essential to address vaginal yeast infections both promptly and effectively. Addressing the issue requires a comprehensive approach: both localized and internal treatment. For a thorough understanding and protocol on this, you can refer to Chapter 5 in our book, Candida Crusher. We believe there’s a clear link between the two conditions, and ample research online further corroborates this connection.
Disclaimer: This information is based on our company’s research and experiences. Before making any changes to your healthcare routine or treatment plan, please consult with a healthcare professional.