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It is believed that during the course of their lives, 75% of women are likely to suffer a vaginal yeast infection.
After you have suffered vaginitis once, it becomes considerably more likely that you will do so again, particularly if you treat the condition on a peripheral level, rather than attacking the root cause of your yeast infection.
However, even for those who suffer regular yeast infection attacks, there must have been the first time, and before the first occurrence of a medical condition that has probably caused them a great deal of misery ever since, there were many things that they could have done in order to reduce the risk of that first infection ever happening.
Yeast infections thrive in moist conditions, so the first step that you can take in an effort to reduce the likelihood of a yeast infection is to do whatever you can to limit moisture around the vaginal areas.
For example, make sure that after every bath, shower or visit to the bathroom, you are completely dry and use a baby-powder style powder to keep yourself dry for a long as possible.
We will consider other specific areas of your life that you should think about in this respect over the following sections.