Infections of the vagina. Yeast or fungal infections anywhere in the body are generally a sign of a central Candida overgrowth, as a central overgrowth of Candida albicans is perfectly capable of spreading to other areas. Even though a yeast infection of the vagina can be dealt with separately, you will find it recurring again and again unless you deal with the central Candida infection.
Accentuated allergies. If you have a strong overgrowth of Candida, you will find that this adversely affects the way you react to your environment, and massively accentuates your allergies. If you have allergies to different seasonal and environmental effects, you will find that these flare up far more when you have a Candida infection. Food allergies are also very adversely affected. As a matter of fact, some studies show that a strong Candida infection can actually cause allergies to begin with. Your doctor can refer you to an allergist, who will work closely with you to find out what substances in your environment are actually at the root of your allergy, after which you will have to remove them from your environment or diet
Extreme moodiness. While women tend to associate moodiness with the menstrual cycle, they often miss the fact that they might be suffering from a Candida infection. This is because Candida infections can also cause mood swings that are very similar to the menstrual cycle. Try to pay attention to your moods and see whether you experience irritability or feelings of depression with no obvious cause. If there is no obvious cause for certain feelings, you should look into the possibility that a Candida infection might be causing those feelings. Make a diary of the feelings you experience and show it to your doctor.
Severe skin issues. Persistent issues with your skin or issues that keep coming back might well be signs of a Candida infection. Persistent rashes or dry or itching skin may all be signs that you have a serious Candida infection. Sometimes you may develop eczema, and your doctor may prescribe steroids that seem to cure it. If it comes back again and again, it could be a sign that you have a serious Candida problem. There are tests for Candida available that you can do in the comfort of your home, or you can consult your doctor.