Candida albicans, the bacteria that causes a yeast infection is present in everyone, both men and women, even if they are perfectly healthy. The problem arises when the Candida has an overgrowth, which leads to a yeast infection.
It is definitely possible for men to get a yeast infection and then pass it onto you. The penis is vulnerable a yeast infection, though chances are significantly lower than that of a woman's.
It is possible that the man did not sleep with anyone else as sexual intercourse is only one of the many other possible causes of yeast infection in men. The man may have a weakened immune system, or took antibiotics that killed the good bacteria that are needed to keep the yeast infection from manifesting. Penile yeast infection can also happen with the use of condoms that contain nonxynol-9, so check the label to see if the chemical is present.
Simply put, the man may have contracted the yeast infection without sexual intercourse. It may very well be the other causes.
To add onto the facts, 75% of women will get a yeast infection at least once in their lifetime, so it may be possible that you have contracted it on your own without the man playing any part in it.
No, Not to scare you but it may be something else, and should get checked out immediately by a dr. However, you can have a yeast infection while on your period.
Yes, you can. Just make sure you take off your swimsuit and dry off well soon after you are done. There are plenty of chemicals in a pool to destroy the yeast and keep it from infecting anyone else.
Yes, the candida albicans yeast that causes the infections can be passed to others by contact. However, it is still advisable to consult a doctor to make sure that it is a yeast infection and not something else.
Yes both create on their own and transmit to someone else.
yeah happened to me the other day :/
The treatment is supposed to clear the yeast infection, if it hasn't then go to your doctor for another round of treatment and make sure it's not something else.
Of course. :D
No. Yeast infections are caused by an overgrowth of a yeast that naturally exists in the vagina. Since you already have that yeast in you so you can't be "infected" by anyone else. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In fact the yeast, Candida, can be spread. That is how infants often get it - by putting things in their mouth. As someone who has dealt with massive yeast infections while nursing both my children, I can attest to the fact that the infection can be spread. I'm not positive that you can catch it from a toilet seat, but there are other ways to get it besides plain overgrowth and other places to get it besides the vagina.
See a doctor who'll make sure that the infection is really a yeast infection. It might actually be something else. Your doctor will be able to prescribe meds appropriate for you after asking you a few questions.
Could be a yeast infection. Try some over the counter yeast cream. You can buy this at your pharmacy. Use as directed on the package and if it doesn't clear up you might consult your Doctor.
Yes you can get a yeast infection at the age of eleven... You can get the yeast infection at the age of ten like me. You can get a yeast infection at almost anyway from wiping the wrong way.... From someone else.. You can also get rush from someone itching and you getting it in your mouth from touching them, Also in your eye so be careful to wash your hands allot when getting a yeast infection. You can get very sick it can cause: not having babies in the future, make the very sick. So treat it!! Go to the doctor and get swabed and they can give you medicine by mouth, or go to walmart and get some yeast infection tubs of medicine to put there. Sometimes it goes away on its own. -Brie- P.S i hope this helps you.
A vaginal yeast infection cannot cause you to be late or miss a period as it will have no effect on the hormones controlling your period. However if you have a lot of yeast infections you may have something else e.g. pregnancy or diabetes whic CAN affect your periods.
No, a yeast infection can't be cured by menstruation. If anything a yeast infection may be made worse by menstruation because during menstruation the blood changes the pH of the vagina so it is more favourable to harmful bacteria and yeast. Using certain menstrual products such as tampons or commercial pads can also increase risks of infection, commercial pads especially can cause yeast infections as they prevent air-flow to the genitals so making the area warm and wet so perfect for yeast growth. If you have a yeast infection it's best to seek treatment, confirm diagnosis with a doctor ideally (especially if you're sexually active, in case it's something else), and then you can use over-the-counter yeast infection treatment.
If still experiencing heavy discharge after having a yeast infection, a women should see her doctor immediately for further testing.
No you have to have sex with someone who has Chlamydia to get it. You can get a yeast infection without having sex; it's not really an "infection" that you catch, but an imbalance in the normal flora of the vagina. Because the symptoms of chlamydia are usually absent or hardly noticable, it's not hard to imagine a woman treating herself repeatedly with over-the-counter yeast infection treatments, not realizing that something else is wrong. Follow the instructions on yeast medication and get examined if you don't have long-lasting relief from symptoms.
Vaginal yeast infections are caused by fungal organisms that are part of the normal flora of the vagina. When the yeast overgrows, a woman can have symptoms. These are unconfortable, but yeast in the vagina is normal and does not lead to other diseases of the reproductive tract.
Food, love, sleep, like anyone else!
I assume he has a bed, just like anyone else.
Yes, just like women can their bodies produce one and then transfer it to another person or get one from someone else.
You could be starting to get a yeast infection. See a dr. cause it could be something else.
As much sleep as anyone else does but I would put the baby to sleep about 8:00
No, yeast infections cannot cause your period to be late.Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycles, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your brain and reproductive organs, your menstrual cycle should continue as normal whether you have a yeast infection or not. A yeast infection is just a vaginal infection, when naturally occurring yeast in your vagina overgrows and causes irritation - just treat the infection. If your period is late it is due to something else, maybe stress or ill health but if sexually active pregnancy is a possibility too.
No. If someone does not have an infection they cannot pass it on to anyone else.
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