No.. Yeast Infections are Generally caused by Other problems such as Sweat... But not Condoms..
Condoms do not prevent bladder infections, as the germs that cause them are usually found within the infected person and are not germs transferred from person to person.
To prevent urinary tract infections, drink cranberry juice. To cure yeast infections put plain yogurt into a tampon inserter (take the tampon out) and inject the plain yogurt into the vagina.
Yeast infections can be caused by not changing underwear, tampons, or pads, so always make sure to change them regularly. Another way to prevent yeast infections, this method is sort of controversial, is to eat yogurt regularly, there is limited research that yogurt prevents yeast infections, but it is definitely worth a try.
I dont know of any connection between L-argentine and yeast infections. Yeast infections are usually caused by irritation or sexually transmitted back and forth between partners, or if you are using condoms with nonoxynol-9, they are know to cause yeast infections, so try using a condom that doesn't have a spermicidal lubricant.
Pour Salt on your vagina before sex
Take them with Nystatin and probiotics.
if they are not treated in time yes they can cause infertility
Antibiotics are known to cause yeast infections. Your doctor most likely placed you on antibiotics after your surgury to prevent infections. So the answer to your question is yes, it is plausable.
You can get yeast infections in any part of your body. Most commonly in women yeast infections occur in the vagina and vulva.
They can. Both men and women get yeast infections.
Yes men do get yeast infections. It is called thrush.
Herpes don't cause yeast infections.
no. the vaginal wash will just cause infections. to prevent pregnancy you need the pill, condoms etc.
Yeast infections can be treated with fluconazole. To enhance healing you should know what triggers your yeast infection and try avoiding them. For example, most women got their yeast infections from poor hygiene. To prevent reoccurence, try improving your hygiene and take medications such as fluconazole.
It is medically suggested to use condoms to prevent the passing of sexually transmitted infections.
Yes. Useful condoms will prevent HIV
STD's don't cause yeast infections, fungus does.
Monistat should not cause a condom to fail, if that is what you are asking. Monistat is used to treat yeast infections. If you have a yeast infection you should not be having intercourse at this time because you can give your partner a yeast infection as well.
It's only healthy regarding the genitals "breath" in order to prevent yeast infections.
Yeast infection can occur anytime, anywhere, any day. You cannot anticipate getting a yeast infection. It is crucial to stay on top of hygiene procedures to prevent infections.
depends. If the yogurt is sugar free, then no. If it's one of those really sugary ones, then yes. because sugar is what infects yeast.
No, yoghurt cannot give you a yeast infection - at least not unless you put yoghurt sweetened with sugar into your vagina. Yoghurt can help prevent and treat yeast infections, the bacteria found in probiotic yoghurt is the same found in healthy vaginas so eating it can help maintain healthy bacteria within the body. You can insert sugar-free plain probiotic yoghurt vaginally to reintroduce healthy bacteria to prevent infections or to treat yeast infections.
No because guys dont get yeast infections