Pictures Of Uterine Fibroids

Pictures of Yeast Infections

Author: Peter Gitundu

Pictures of yeast infections are used to tell the extent of the infection and doctors find them very necessary to be able to treat a patient effectively. Pictures can be in form of x rays or normal pictures which can show an infection of the mouth or skin. There are very many pictures that you can find on this topic on the internet and some of them may be too graphic for your preference. They show vividly how the results of a yeast overgrowth affect the system of a human being and even in other animals. Therefore they serve the purpose of informing people that an infection by yeast can be serious if left untreated.

Pictures of yeast infections are not meant to scare you and they do not show how the infection can be deadly. The infection is usually not life threatening but, the devastation it causes is real. Pictures will only seek to show the reality that cannot be put into writing. You will be left curious about how yeast develops in the body and if you want to know more, here is an overview of what yeast is all about. Yeast is a fungus that is found in the body together with other organisms. It is a pretty peaceful one celled fungus until conditions are right for it to multiply. There are several factors that cause yeast to multiply in the body.

The factors that cause yeast overgrowth will not be seen on pictures of yeast infections and they include the following. First, the use of drugs can be responsible for yeast to grow. The drugs include antibiotics, steroids, birth control pills, drugs used during chemotherapy and others. They are known to kill the friendly bacteria in the body which are commonly known as probiotics. One example of the probiotics is lactobacillus acidophilus. The bacteria kills excess yeast in our system and keeps what is referred to as a healthy balance of organisms. When you are taking the above drugs, make sure you weigh and consult for the best advise possible.

While you are viewing pictures of yeast infections you are bound to ask yourself what other factors contribute to yeast overgrowth. There are many others that have to do with wearing of very tight clothing and hygiene. You also need to know that women are especially vulnerable to infections because of hormonal imbalance. The imbalance is contributed by several factors which are the use of birth control pills, menopause, pregnancy, hormonal therapies and others factors including stress. Statistics show that majority of women will suffer from an infection at some point in their life.

If you know you cannot take pictures of yeast infections, do not torment yourself. Find other ways to learn about infections by yeast. There are various symptoms that you are going to observe and if you are looking at pictures of oral thrush, you are going to see white patches which look very painful and underneath the patches will be red sore tissue. People are advised not to touch the patches because they will leave painful blisters. Other symptoms will motivate you to do all you can to avoid yeast overgrowth in your body.

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About the Author

Peter Gitundu is a Web Administrator and Has Been Researching and Reporting on Yeast Infection for Years. For More Information on Pictures Of Yeast Infections, Visit His Site at PICTURES OF YEAST INFECTIONS


8 comments to Pictures Of Uterine Fibroids

  • Mommy To Zoe and Isaiah  says:

    My husband really ticked me off this morning. What would you do?
    This morning my husband accused me of favouring our unborn son over our 18 month old daughter. I would like to have some professional pictures done of him and of our family within a few days of his birth so we can give out his picture and birth announcement in a Christmas card, since he’s due 2 weeks before Christmas. We didn’t have our daughter’s first professional pictures done until she was 5 weeks. Here, when you get professional pictures done, you have to wait 2-3 weeks for the prints to come in, except at one store that has them ready in 24-48 hours.

    He also is accusing me of this because I’m having a 3D ultrasound done on September 23rd for the pregnancy. I will be 28w3d, so I’m hoping that we will get some better pictures than we did with our daughter. With her, the earliest we could get in was 32 weeks, and we didn’t get very many good pictures, face shots especially.

    He says that because we’re getting it done 4 weeks earlier than we did with our daughter, that it’s unfair to our son, since his pictures will be better than our daughters. I still say it’s more unfair not to have the 3D ultrasound done for him, since we did it for our daughter. I see it as unfair to do it for one child and not the other.

    So my husband is accusing me of favouring one child over the other, and it hurts me.

    I will admit, I have always wanted a boy, and this baby is my miracle baby, as I was told I’d never conceive and carry on my own again due to rapidly progressing endometriosis and uterine fibroids, but I don’t love my daughter any less than I love my son, and I don’t love my son anymore than I love my daughter.

    When I try to explain this to him, he just says I’m lying.

    What should I do?
    He is saying that because I want to get my son’s photos done earlier than we got our daughter’s done, it means I’m favouring my son over my daughter.
    We already went through counselling shortly after we married in April. We just finished in July. Apart from this incident this morning, everything is great. The other problem is that if I try to speak with him about it, he’ll either tell me I’m being ridiculous, or that he’s joking and I shouldn’t take it so seriously.
    Gypsy G, this is not a fight. It is a comment that hurt me. I also wanted to make sure I wasn’t overreacting to pregnancy hormones. My children do not and never will come from a broken home. Our home is a very loving and warm home. That is what they will know.
    Absolutely! We planned on doing one shot of him alone, a shot of the kids together, and then a family shot. We special ordered Christmas card with a Bible verse about a son being born, and it comes from Isaiah, which is what we’re naming him. I thought it would be interesting to put a small photo of him with his birth stats in these cards as a Christmas gift to our families and as a birth announcement.
    Glenna, I doubt I’ll go overdue. I went before the due date with my daughter, so I have a feeling I will with my son as well.

    • Michaela  says:

      Here’s what you have to consider: One, this is way more than just pictures we’re talking about, it’s a bunch of doubts contributing to one issue. He is only human, and while I think he is overreacting here is what I believe he feels, which helps me see where he’s coming from.

      For you this new baby is a miracle child, one who shouldn’t be alive inside of you at this very moment, your husband is probably paranoid about you feeling this way about your son prior to birth because he thinks it will cause favortism later on. Now as a good mother you know that’s not true, you’d never do that to your child, but people do imply things unintentionally and maybe that’s what has your husband nervous.

      I think maybe the pictures just sent him over the edge, I would try to talk it out because in life there are going to be a lot of tough times and you have to explain to him that he needs to be supportive of you as you will be with BOTH of your children EQUALLY. One thing that may set his mind at ease it for you to try and leave behind the mentality that your baby is a miracle child, he is and my heart goes out to your for it, but in my opinion I think it’s making your husband see you as being prejudice.

      Make him see that the two of you will soon have TWO beautiful children and that part of being a parent deals with trust and picking your battles.

      I wish you the best of luck with your marriage, delivery, and future, may your children be happy, healthy, and blessed.

      -Michaela

  • alleyes7  says:

    How do I tell if I have Uterine Fibroids?
    My lower stomach has looked enlarged for a couple years now. When I first went to the doctor (years ago) he thought I was constipated, so I tried the laxatives..but it turns out I was not constipated, and that did not help. I haven’t been back to the doctor regarding this issue but I am planning to go soon. I think it might be uterine fibroids, as my stomach looks like I could be pregnant (which I am not). I am very thin otherwise, and know that it is not fat. Does anyone know any links to pictures of people with uterine fibroids from the outside? I can only find medical pictures of the actual fibroid, but I want to see if the stomach looks the same as mine.

    Thanks for your help.

    • avid reader  says:

      Have they done a sonogram yet? It would have to be an extremely large tumor to cause that much swelling. Please have them check your ovaries. I had fibroids for years as did my daughter but not the swelling you are talking about. I think you need an intensive workup as soon as possible. You can never be too careful and I would go to another MD other than the one you saw that gave you the diagnosis of constipation.

  • Mommy To Zoe and Isaiah  says:

    Should I call the doctor?
    I am 30w1d pregnant. I feel very very guilty about this, but I am on pelvic rest for a thinning cervix, and last night, one thing led to another, and well, you get the picture. I have felt guilt and regret for it since it happened and haven’t slept well since then. So please no, rude or negative comments.

    Since I got up this morning, I have felt lightheaded and nauseous, have been having hot flashes, and just the left side of my lower abdomen, near my pelvic, has been in pain. It’s been a constant come-and-go kind of pain, like it’s throbbing. It doesn’t feel like a crampy pain, or contraction pain, but it’s sharp. It is making it difficult to breathe through the pain. I have also noticed very decreased movement from my son. Two nights ago, he was very active, practically going crazy, and last night and this morning, barely a move out of him.

    I have not been bleeding and haven’t lost anything either, but due to endometriosis and uterine fibroids, as well as the thinning cervix, I am at a higher risk for preterm labour.

    I know what pelvic rest means, but I’m wondering, if anything were to happen, how soon after would it happen, and should I call the doctor?
    Meow..I did that the entire night and I’m still getting them. That and pelvic rest pretty much means no sex, no orgasm..both of which is Had, which is why I’m so worried.

    • ♥ Rin ♥  says:

      It’s your baby we are talking about so if you are worried then call the doctor. There are NO silly questions. Between labour starting and baby arriving varies so greatly I could not give you an eta. Usually several hours though. Call your doctor.

  • jellybean  says:

    your link does not work

    but after 10 mins with every test they stay to ignore any changes in the test, it could just be evaporation lines.
    or your test may be faulty or expired
    i would test again in the morning, your first morning urine is more concentrated and gives more of an accurate reading

  • melissa r  says:

    well as far as i know, a pregnancy test cannot fluke a false positive unless pregnancy hormone is in your body such as directly after a miscarriage or birth but not if you are not pregnant, a pregnancy test can however give a false negative if the hormone levels in your body are not high enough to be traced, such as early in the pregnancy, i know for a fact, 2 weeks after a negative test i found out i WAS pregnant, just very early, the doctor confirmed it, not a test, i now have a beautiful little girl.

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