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Taking Charge of Your Health


Good day there, Eric Bakker again, naturopath,
author of Candida Crusher with another question which I get asked every now and then regarding
a yeast infection. Do I have to buy new underwear after I cure
my yeast infection? This is the same as one I got from a lady
in Canada not that long ago. You don’t really have to buy new underwear. Don’t throw your
underwear out. Make sure that your underwear is sufficiently disinfected and cleansed. So whenever you have a yeast infection it
pays, obviously, to wear cotton underclothing and to change them very often, frequently,
and to drop the cotton clothing perhaps in a bleach solution. If it’s washed in hot water
and cleaned properly, you’ve got no fear really of contaminating these permanently where they
need throwing out. I don’t think you need to worry too much about
having to buy new underwear when you cure your yeast infection. Some people do this
but it’s not really a problem. The only time I encourage people to throw out clothing with
a yeast infection is if they’ve got very bad athlete’s foot, and they’ve got a pair of
old shoes, you can throw these shoes out. But you wouldn’t really have to throw out
the underclothing unless, of course, you wanted to buy something new. I hope that answers your question.

2 thoughts on “Do I Have To Buy New Underwear After I Cure My Yeast Infection?

  1. As there's not a lot of underwear that can take being dropped in a bleach solution, an alternative I read about is to use a hot iron on the crotch after washing

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