Yes, a yeast infection can contribute to body odor.
You have a yeast infection when you have all or some of the following: Burning Irritation Creamy discharged Odor Itchiness
You should see your doctor it could be a yeast infection. Its normal for women to have discharge it means you are ovulating. Note: If you have a yeast infection your discharge does not have an odor. Nor would there be an odor when ovulating. If there is an odor it could be bacterial vaginosis or an std
Yes, it probably will cause an odor.
No, a yeast infection typically does not smell fishy, but bacterial vaginosis, a common, non-contagious condition, does have a fishy odor.
If you have burning, an unusual odor and a bad itch.
You may have a yeast infection. Consult your doctor.
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.
Yes it can cause a yeast infection. The best way to try to prevent it from happening is to eat yogurt a few hours afters taking it.
A yeast infection can not prevent a positive pregnancy test but can result in a miscarriage, birth defects, and even preterm labour so I'd advice you to get it treated asap.
Bacterial vaginosis and yeast infection are both the results of imbalances in the normal flora of the vagina. A yeast infection involves an overgrowth of candida and related species. Odor is not a huge complaint of women with yeast. Symptoms may include redness and discomfort. The vaginal pH is normal. In contrast, bacterial vaginosis is a death of the protective bacteria in the vagina. Odor is a common complaint, but inflammation and irritation are not. The vaginal pH is usually higher than normal.
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. The live cultures and healthy bacteria in yogurt will actually help prevent a yeast infection. It has been used to treat women with mild, recurrent yeast infections when eating it daily.
A fishy odor is NEVER normal. It probably means you have a bacterial infection of some kind, but could also mean something like a sexually transmitted infection. This should ALWAYS be checked out by a doctor. A yeast infection doesn't have a fishy odor, it has a bready, yeasty odor, so that's not what it is.
I am not a Doctor or anything, but I can attempt to answer this question based on my own personal experiences. Although a yeast infection can have a funny odor, it is usually different from bacteria. Bacteria usually has a foul-like "fishy" odor. The discharge is usually thin, and clear. A yeast infection on the other hand, has a cottage cheese like discharge, and the smell is usually "musky". Not to mention a yeast infection itches like mad, and can be very annoying. My suggestion is to go to the Doctor and not to try and diagnose yourself, because although you can get medicine for a yeast infection over the counter, medicine for bacteria can only be prescribed, and trust me the longer you wait on either on of these infections the worse it is. Hope that helps,
Yes it does...but it's not like fishy smell. It smells more like bake bread.
In the absence of poor hygiene feminine odor is often the result of microbial imbalance, such as a yeast infection.
It is the natural lube produced in the vagina or if it is clumpy and has an odor it may be a sign of a yeast infection.
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Yes, yeast infection medicine is sold in stores. Azo is a very good one that I have used a couple of times. Also, small things like eating yogurt can help prevent and lessen the symptoms from a yeast infection.
No, yogurt cannot give you a yeast infection. In fact, it is just the opposite. Doctors tell women who are prone to yeast infections to eat yogurt to prevent them.
This will be similar to the treatment for a women with a yeast infection - antifungal cream or medication. If this is your first yeast infection you should probably talk to your doctor (the same recommendation is given to women with their first yeast infection). Yeast infections are a result of a warm, dark, moist environment, so you can help prevent yeast infections by maintaining good hygiene and drying off thoroughly after showers or physical exertion that causes you to sweat.
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.
It's normal to experience some form of odor yes. If you experience discharge then see your doctor as it could be yeast. Its also very common to contract a yeast infection or a UTI after a miscarriage. Im sorry about your loss.