Is there an STD related to a yeast infection?
Patients with advanced HIV may have yeast infections more frequently. However, yeast infections do not cause or become STDs.
If you have been diagnosed with yeast infection and you now have cramping - but it is not time for your period - could the cramps be a symptom of yeast infection?
An STD may be mistaken for a recurrent yeast infection if a patient is self-diagnosing. A health care provider should be able to complete testing to tell the difference. See your health care provider for appropriate diagnosis and treatment of your symptoms, and get screened for STDs at the same time.
An exam and testing will easily distinguish a yeast infection from an STD. If you have had sex and are having discomfort or discharge, it is important to get tested. By the colour and smell of the Discharge The creamy white discharge that many women get monthly is caused by changes in hormone levels, it has very little odor and is not associated with any infection. Discharge from a yeast infection is very itchy, it…
You have an awufull scent coming from your vagina and it is over baring what could it be and how can it be cured?
What causes vaginal yeast infection? Candida albicans are present in vagina of healthy female. When there is increased in number of fungus leads to vaginal yeast infection. Although yeast infection is not included in STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease), Sex with infected person can transmit this disease. This organism is present in vagina, contact with vagina or vaginal discharge transmits the infection. Some bacteria present in women vagina which protects infection from other micro-organism. Use of…