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Yeast infections! Get those jeans off !

Yeast infections?

Get those jeans off and those leggings and those trousers because they all remove cooling air from between your legs. Jeans, leggings, tights, trousers all help promote yeast infections, Thrush, Candida  and fungal infections.

What conditions do they like and need to thrive?

Yeasts thrive in warmth and moisture. Candida is a type of yeast and it has sub-strains. Vaginal and penile thrush are the same just differently known. They are still yeasts and Candida. They all need a warm genital area and they love menstrual blood as its rich in foods. Yeast, thrush, Candida, fungi love moisture so they can ‘swim’ around more easily with their miniscule, microscopic oars. Of course its all microscopic, our eyes can only see the creamy discharge not the individual fungus spore.

Symptoms of thrush / yeast infections / fungal infections /Candida?Book-Two

Redness, acute irritation, itchiness, scratching at it, creamy discharge which is smelly. Cystitis and bladder soreness is often involved. There can be a lot of wind especially in men who drink beer and alcohol. Its depressing to keep living like this.  Sex is out of the question, scratching won’t help at all because the infection will spread. Lichen Sclerosis of the labia is commonplace as a side issue. Its too sore to walk, you can’t swim, run or  jog. Life is altogether very depressing.  Jeans, leggings, tights, trousers encourage fungal scratching and breeding, with bladder soreness and frequency as well.

Some causes

Antibiotics are a famous cause, mercury debilitating your immune system is another but not so well known or appreciated. Diabetes, being just very ill, and most immune system disorders are there. Common causes that can be very simply prevented are foods.  Cheeses, vinegars, salad dressings, vinaigrettes, chocolates, sweets, or regular pastas. Drinking sodas full of sugars, alcohols of all sorts, colas, wines, liqueurs. Binge drinkers are full of yeast infections. Binge eating and drinking simply provide fungal infections with all their foods.

Getting hot and itchy

Then there’s the clothing. Boxer shorts for men and cotton panties or nothing for women are cooler and worn in all hot countries. Long garments. Yes long ones, not just for modesty which allow a nice swirl of cooling air around and up legs. Almost all my own holidays with my husband were ruined by itchy discharge from thrush infections. I wore sexy trousers a lot in those days but they made me unfit for any sexual activity. Fungi adore hot bodies, not cool ones. Get hot with trousers, leggings, jeans, tights and you’ll imprison thrush in a swamp of fetid heat and sweat. It’ll absolutely love it!

What to do to avoid fungal infections, vaginal thrush, Candida, yeast infections.

Simple enough! stop wearing jeans, leggings, tights, trousers. Stop binge eating of cheeses, alcohols, chocolates. Keep Diabetes in check, refuse mercury teeth fillings. Stay away from men with beer bellies. Lower the amount of pastas in your diet since they convert to basic sugars. And then read up on the many variations that are to be found in my book, “Candida/Yeast”. There are many!

Angela Kilmartin, June 2017


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Cold weather can cause UTI’s

  • The Patient’s Encyclopaedia 2010 – Hard cover

Cold weather has always been a recognised cause of UTI’s.   UTI’s are also known in full as Urinary Tract Infections but can also be more simply; Urinary Tract INFLAMMATION!

In fact, cold weather is far more like to cause a urinary tract or bladder INFLAMMATION.


Cold stimulates kidneys to produce more urine. Urine passes down two ureters and into the bladder. This is also cold and is stimulated to get rid of the urine now collecting there.


The highly sensitive nerve endings in the bladder and in the sphincter valve that opens to allow urine out become very sensitised to the cold and to the urine. So you will want to pass a lot frequently.


Shortly, your kidneys won’t have enough water to function with. They have little liquid left to pass down into your bladder. This dries out and begins to twinge with the excessive level of Uric Acid crystals now lining its walls. Uric Acid is normally undetectable because of sensible water intake. But not now! You’ve passed more urine now than you’ve drunk!


Have a hot drink, some water too, a painkiller to calm nerve endings. Then you need to get warm and de-sensitise those upset kidney and bladder nerve endings.


Yes. If symptoms return then you need to check if this is really an infection and not just an induced inflammation. You need my Bottle Washing to keep the urethral opening clean and prevent anal bacteria travelling forwards to cause a bladder infection. Learn how to prevent this from happening.


My book from my webpage is in four languages. The Patient’s Encyclopaedia of Urinary Tract Infections, Sexual Cystitis and Interstitial Cystitis, as hard copy or as e-book, is packed with all sorts of information that will help you to put this dreadful condition behind you.On my site look for Central Books if you live in UK and Atlas Books for the rest of the world, e-books and other languages.

Angela Kilmartin