No, in fact, some antibiotics can potentially cause a yeast infection. Yeast infections are caused by yeast and not bacteria. Azithromycin is an antibiotic that acts on bacteria. BV or bacterial vaginosis is like a yeast infection, and it is treated with an antibiotic, but a different one.
Yes, you can take yeast infection medicine while taking BV antibiotics. Talk with your pharmacist for more information.
It could be bacterial vaginosis or a trich infection. Both of these are sexually transmitted but they aren't as serious as chlamydia or gonnorea. If you have protected sex and you get something other than a yeast infection, it's usually bv and you should go to the doctor and get medicine for it.
You could have a yeast or BV infection. Explore there with your doctor.
odors are infections and untrated with antibiotics they get worse, so get to a doctor
Can. Yeast. Infection. Be. A. Sign. Of. Chlamydia
Cuts inside or on the vagina, urinary tract infections(very common with women), STDs, yeast infection, BV(Bacterial Vaginosis)
There is a difference between a bacterial infection and a yeast infection.A yeast infection is caused by Candida which is a yeast organism,not a bacteria.
Oral sex will give you a yeast infection. Your partner had a yeast infection.
do you smell bad? then you might have a yeast infection. are you having nasty discharge? then you might have a yeast infection. are you having vaginal pain? then you might a yeast infection.
Syphilis is not a yeast infection.
No you can not get chancres from a yeast infection.
Can I still get a yeast infection after a hysterectomy?
Yeast infection and bacterial vaginosis are not detected with urine tests, but with a vaginal wet smear. Chlamydia can be detected with a urine or vaginal or cervical chlamydia test, but not on wet smear. Contact your health care provider for information specific to your situation -- you seem to have misunderstood what kind of testing you had.
Other than a DNA test to confirm gender...? Soap and water should be sufficient to clear up a minor bacteria infection. If it doesn't clear up within a day or two then contact a doctor and they might prescribe an antibiotic. Yeast infections are often mistaken for Bacterial Vaginosis. Since BV is typically a condition only women suffer from, a yeast infection should be completely ruled out before assuming a man has "BV."
A yeast infection is caused by a fungus, and staph by a bacterium; but a yeast infection of the skin can cause skin compromise that makes it easier for a staph infection to occur.
Yes, a vaginal yeast infection can be treated with a cream. Most people will treat a vaginal yeast infection with an over-the-counter yeast infection cream which will contain an antifungal to treat the infection and ingredients to ease the irritation.
* There are several reasons for cramps but it has nothing to do with yeast infection. * Yes, it can be related to yeast infection.
Yes; you can transmit a yeast infection via sexual contact.
Treat the yeast infection.
No, a yeast infection cannot cause herpes. A yeast infection is an overgrowth of yeast, whereas herpes is a virus, one cannot lead to the other.
There is no such thing as a urinary yeast infection, but your dog can get a urinary tract infection. As for yeast infections, I'm not sure.
Yes. He can get a yeast infection on his penis, or if he performs oral, he could get thrush, which is a yeast infection in the mouth.