No, it's not a good idea to use tampons during any sort of vaginal infection.
Tampons are a major cause of vaginal infections and can make vaginal infections worse because they give harmful flora the perfect place to multiply, prevent vaginal cleaning, and change vaginal pH. When vaginal flora is off balance it is more likely that the bacteria responsible for TSS are present too.
Yes, vaginal yeast infection is not considered a sexually transmitted disease and can be caused by many things from scratching your vagina with a tampon, to wearing non-cotton underwear.
No a yeast infection do not do that. but talking about erections, if you have a yeast infection you should not have sex with another person since you can give it to them.
You cant be pregnant if your having a normal period. But you can have a yeast infection during a period.
Yes it is possible to get a yeast infection at anytime during the menstrual cycle.
The mucus during a yeast infection will be yellowish and sticky. Ovulation mucus is clear and slippery.
It should not as it does not contain yeast.
The white is just your discharge. During a yeast infection an overgrowth of yeast (which is a fungus) changes your discharge to a thick white cottage-cheese type discharge.
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.
Oral sex will give you a yeast infection. Your partner had a yeast infection.
Yes, if he has intercourse with her, he can get a penile (penis) yeast infection. A man who knows his sexual partner has a yeast infection should wear a condom to protect himself from getting a yeast infection. Men often show absolutely no signs of having a yeast infection if they do have one. Some symptoms he could have would be a white discharge from the penis, and itching, irritation, and soreness of the head of the penis. But most men who have a yeast infection do not have ANY symptoms. However, the yeast infection can still cause damage to your internal organs, even without any outward symptoms. So it is important to treat it if you do get a yeast infection or if you have had intercourse with a woman who has a yeast infection.
You can get a pap smear if you have a yeast infection. You may be less comfortable with the speculum exam if your vagina is very inflamed.
Syphilis is not a yeast infection.
You can get BV after a yeast infection.
No you can not get chancres from a yeast infection.
You may have a urinary tract infection or yeast infection. You may take over the counter cranberry capsules or tablets or even cranberry juice for the urinary tract infection. For the yeast infection you should see a doctor. Either way, see a doctor.
As long as the yeast infection has cleared it is okay to wear a tampon. Bear in mind that tampons are a major cause of vaginal infections - they provide the perfect environment for bacteria to thrive, effect vaginal pH so effect vaginal flora, prevent vaginal cleaning, and many brands contain harmful chemicals. It is a better idea to consider safer more hygienic options such as menstrual cups or softcups.
do you smell bad? then you might have a yeast infection. are you having nasty discharge? then you might have a yeast infection. are you having vaginal pain? then you might a yeast infection.
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Treat the yeast infection.
A doctor should be able to give yeast infection treatments for any of their patients. They are certified and can provide the best medication to help them.
No, a yeast infection should not cause complications with hernia or colon surgery. However, it will depend on the location and severity of the yeast infection.Ê
Yes; you can transmit a yeast infection via sexual contact.
Yes. You should go and see your doctor to get some treatment for it
* There are several reasons for cramps but it has nothing to do with yeast infection. * Yes, it can be related to yeast infection.