No, a vaginal yeast infection should not affect your cycle. Sometimes your cycle can change because of stress, which also incidently causes a yeast infection. However, not to freak you out...pregnant women also frequently get yeast infections. You might want to check that out just in case. I hope this helps a little...
A vaginal yeast infection will not impact on your menstrual cycle at all.
Menstruation comes in accordance to your menstrual cycle, which is controlled by hormonal changes between reproductive organs. A yeast infection is nothing more than an overgrowth in the yeast that are always naturally prevent in your vagina, yeast has no effect on your hormones. If your period is late or you miss your period when you have a yeast infection it's just coincidence.
if you have normal sex then move to anal then back to normal then yes you can get an infection. almost guaranteed
You may have an infection. see a doctor.
Well, you might have a Urinary Tract Infection.
Its possible she has a yeast infection or bacteria infection any young child can get those
Yes you canYes The most common oral fungal infection is caused by the yeast Candida, which is a normal constituent of the digestive and vaginal tracts. Candida, also called Monilia
No, burning in the vaginal area isn't normal. It could be a sign of infection or something. Best to see a doctor.
Normal flora, if disrupted, can multiply and turn into pathogens that cause infection. It does not become a disease, but rather becomes an infection. An example of normal flora becoming an infection is when women douche too frequently and normal yeast flora multiples and becomes a vaginal yeast infection.
some vaginal discharges are normal, but sometimes it means that you have a yeast infection or a bacterial infection. i would recommend going to the doctor if you are really concerned or confused
Get treated. Get yourself checked out by a physician. Fish-like smelling vaginal discharge is not normal. It could either be an infection or an STD.
Missed periods can be from stress, diet, pregnancy or simply just missed periods (everyone misses periods sometimes!). If you fear you may be pregnant, please get a test. Vaginal discharge is completely normal, and usually you are the only person that notices the smell. If it is a powerful smell you may have an infection. If you feel irritation or pain, consult a doctor. Or if it goes on for over a week. You may have a urinary tract infection (UTI) if it burns or hurts when you urinate. If any symptoms go on for more than a week, please consult a doctor.
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.
vaginal discharge is common and normal for all intact female dogs, especially when in heat. vaginal dischage is not un-normal for dogs upto a week after giving birth.