Do yeast infections cause stomach pain and nausea and back pain?
You do not specify where you have the yeast infection. Vaginal yeast infections may cause back pain but not stomach pain and nausea. Yeast infection of the mouth is more often seen in immunocompromised patients as is the case with HIV/AIDS and poorly controlled diabetes. An yeast infection lower down the alimentary tract – throat, esophagus (gullet), stomach and intestines is almost never seen in a person who is not HIV positive despite many alternative health therapists claiming that it exists in otherwise healthy people. Speak to a doctor about your symptoms.
A vaginal yeast infection (candidiasis, thrush) is a very persistent infection. You will have to start on an anti-fungal and this will have to be continued for 1 to 2 months. It is still early in the treatment phase. If you are not satisfied with your doctor’s treatment, you should see another doctor for a second opinion. Hopefully you are seeing a gynecologist. Yeast infections often recur so it may have resolved initially and recurred.
From concernedmom :
Plain yogurt is no doubt the most common yeast infection home remedy. Some women eat it, some apply it directly to their vaginas, and some freeze it in an ice cube tray to make insertable yogurtsicles that deliver cooling relief along with the active ingredient: the same kind of bacteria that naturally keeps yeast in check in the vagina. For those who would rather just pop a pill, Lactobacillus acidophilus is also available as a dietary supplement.