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NiceGurlT
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if a woman becomes pregnate can a yeast infection be one of the symptoms?Im not pregnate or have a yeast infection but i was just thinking that up as a question.Something that had intrested me for a while
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ErinK
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Women can get yeast infections while pregnant, but a yeast infection by itself is not a sign nor a symptom of pregnancy. Since women experience different signs and symptoms (and sometimes little to no symptoms) at the beginning of a pregnancy, the only reliable indicator of pregnancy is a positive pregnancy test after a missed period or 10-14 days after the last pregnancy risk.

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