Birth Control Yeast Infection

Birth control pills may lead to women developing yeast infections because they increase estrogen levels in a womans body. Those increased estrogen levels can increase a womans susceptibility to vaginal yeast. Newer forms of birth control are less likely to cause a yeast infection. Steroids also increase the odds that a woman will develop a yeast infection.

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Virology & Mycology,Mycobacterial Diseases,Reproduction Nutrition Development, European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, Mycopathologia, Microbiology-sgm, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health-part B-critical Reviews, Current Hiv/aids Reports.

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