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Can beer cause a yeast infection?

Yes! Beer is made out of brewers yeast and grains! These grains are usually moldy and not fit for food processing! Any Suggestions here?

8 comments

  1. Ilda Reply:

    Many people recognize that beer contains yeast, but not everyone realizes that all absorbs into the bloodstream and can cause or aggravate a yeast infection. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5399029_foods-drinks-cause-yeast-infections.html

  2. Dakota Reply:

    Jul 15, 2011 Does drinking beer or eating bread cause thrush or other yeast infections?

  3. Darlena Reply:

    Yeast infections are quite dreadful to experience. It’s helpful to know what causes yeast infections in women to help prevent the occurrence of them. Common causes are hormone changes, wearing tight clothing around the groin area, and stres… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/what_causes_yeast_infections_in_women

  4. Evette Reply:

    There are many causes to yeast infection. The most common cause is medication. Some medication can trigger a yeast infection. If you think you have a yeast infection contact your physician. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/what_are_the_causes_of_yeast_infections

  5. Ginette Reply:

    Yeast infections in the vagina are caused by having too large an amount of yeast in your system. This can be caused by not having proper hygiene or even from some prescription medications. More:http://answers.ask.com/Other/Health/what_causes_yeast_infection

  6. Jung Reply:

    has anyone tried brewing beer or wine with the yeast from well it works, and how it would taste a yeast infection? seriously, I want to know how if you made a yeast culture fr

  7. Grayce Reply:

    only if it gives head

  8. Tamatha Reply:

    Does beer help with a yeast infection? No. Sick. Can you take a yeast infection pill if you dont have a yeast infection? Yes, but it seem a litle pointless.

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