Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath, authorof Candida Crusher with another question I get asked from time to time. Is my yeast infection causing a feveré So a good question. Yeast infections don'treally cause fevers as such, but they can cause a lot of different immune dysfunctions.I do commonly find, particularlymales and some females, too, but I've found it mostin males. They can get a lot sweating and feeling flushed and hot, and this will oftenbe associated with fermentationthe gut. So when you think of fermentation, you'vebasically got yeast and sugar generating a
lot of gas and that can create body odor andheat as well. Heat can be a byproduct from fermentation or warmth. And I can certainlyassociate sweating and smelly body odor with fermentation and a yeast infection as well. So if you've got bloating, gas, sweet cravings,and armpits and groin that smell, feet that smell, and a strong sweet craving, you couldhave a lot of gas going on here and fermentation. And I certainly associate that with a yeastinfection. Fevers may come about through immune dysfunctionon other pathways as well. Generally, I wouldn't associate a strong fever with a yeast infection,but I'm sure that there could be some link
between them both indirectly. I haven't reallyresearched that to any great degree, but there could well be a link. But I would associateheat more with fermentation. So I hope that answers your question. Thanksfor your question.