What are signs of a yeast infection?
- Vaginal itching
- Vaginal discharge that may be thick, white and lumpy like cottage cheese
- Vaginal soreness, irritation or burning
- Rash or redness on the skin outside the vagina
- Burning on urination
- Painful vaginal intercourse
- Foul-smelling vaginal discharge
- Missed periods
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…
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?
it may not be a yeast infection it could be signs of an sti but if you aren't sexually active it could be that your not cleaning down there properly if you are a girl do not wash inside the vagina because you are letting foreign things in like soap and water you must be careful. A normal yeast infection takes a coupe of days to clear but it has took up to 3 weeks…
Yes, although you should not leave the ice on for long periods of time. Yeast infection generally do not cause significant swelling, so if this occurs you should speak with your doctor as it may not be a yeast infection. If you feel any signs of vaginal infection, it is always smart to consult a doctor or a nurse. Bacterial infections are often mistaken for yeast infections but can only be treated with antibiotics, which…