YeastInfectionNoMore.com Complaint - 100% Money Back Guarantee

Review by v94605 on 2007-06-03
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA -- This company does not stand behind their money back guarantee. After reading the book and following all steps to cure the infection it did not go away. I contacted the company and they have declined to refund my purchase. It states clearly a no hassle money back guarantee. False, false, false.
Comments:9 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-06-04
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2007-06-03:
My guess is they found nothing wrong with your money. As such they found no reason to return it.
Posted by Nohandle on 2007-06-03:
Do go to your doctor or request he phone in a script. From what I understand the otc or mail in medications aren’t strong enough in many cases to clear up the infection.
Posted by Nohandle on 2007-06-03:
Brenda, first I've heard of that one. I do know some female employees at my office had severe uninary tract infections, taken massive doses of antiobotics to clear that up, and ended up with a yeast infection when it was all over. Ain't life fun?
Posted by Sarah May on 2007-06-03:
Usually when a man has a yeast infection, he shows no symptoms. Males are typically "carriers" of yeast infections. And to the OP, you really should go to the doctor, if ever an OTC treatment doesn't work. It could possibly be something else.
Posted by CrazyRedHead on 2007-06-03:
I agree, men can get yeast infections and if left alone long enough it can turn into a UTI.
Posted by Sarah May on 2007-06-03:
Unfortunately, ejack as "blunt" as your advice may be, it's still *bad* advice. Of course hygiene is important, but if you think that washing alone will prevent a yeast infection... Pardon me, but your gender is showing. *Excessive* washing can actually cause a yeast infection, as yeast breeds in a damp environment. Therefore, the most important thing is not washing but *drying* and avoiding undergarments made of any synthetic, unbreathable fabric.
Posted by *Brenda* on 2007-06-04:
Nohandle, usually when females take antibiotics they tell you eat yogurt because of the bacteria in it. It helps keep the yeast infections from breeding I guess.
Posted by Sarah May on 2007-06-04:
That's because antibiotics kill off bacteria without discretion, and it's bacteria that keeps yeast in check. Without the bacteria to control the yeast, the result is a yeast infection, which isn't so much an "infection" as it is "yeast run amok".
Posted by CrazyRedHead on 2007-06-04:
Sarah is right ejack. You can be the cleanest person and still have a yeast infection. Some woman get them alot and they are practically squeaky clean. I suppose you would tell a woman to douch and clean that sucker out. Well, that is also bad, and not recommended by gyn's. It cleans out all of the bacteria and then you have an overabundance of yeast buildup. Some woman are just predisposed to getting yeast infections.

Let's change the subject here. All of this talk about yeast infections has me itching.

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