Candidiasis (yeast infection) is alleged to be successfully treated either with home remedies or, in the case of a more severe infection, with either over the counter or prescription antifungal medications. Home remedies for candidiasis include the consumption or direct application of yogurt, which contains lactobacillus (a "friendly" bacteria that kills yeast), acidophilus tablets or salves, and even lightly crushed cloves of garlic, which yield allicin, an antifungal. Boric acid has also been used to treat yeast infections when gelcaps are filled with boric acid powder and two are inserted at bedtime for three to four nights. Whilst home remedies only offer relief in minor cases of infection, seeking medical attention is a necessity as the extent of the infection often cannot be judged well by the sufferer. Prescription medication is often the only solution to an infection; the antifungal drugs commonly used to treat candidiasis are topical clotrimazole, topical nystatin, fluconazole, topical ketoconazole. In severe infections (generally in hospitalized patients), amphotericin B, caspofungin, or voriconazole may be used. This is mainly talking about female yeast infection, which is much more serious than male yeast infection.
You probably don't need to go to a doctor unless it gets really bad. Just don't have sex until it's gone, and wear boxers, not "tighty whities". "Tighty whities" don't allow enough air flow and can make you more likely to get a yeast infection.
If you still have any professional questions about yeast infection, you could consult online doctors, such as Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic, to get professional online help.
Candida is a species of yeast that is part of the normal flora on the skin and in the vagina of a human. What we call a "yeast infection" isn't a condition in which a person "catches" yeast, but is an imbalance or overgrowth of yeast. Candida causes diaper rash, intertrigo, vaginitis, oral thrush, and balanitis. None of these are considered "infectious diseases" that one catches from another human.
It is the ladies who usually get the yeast infection. As for treatment of yeast infection, antibiotics are the most common but it will cause drug resistance and can be easily recurrent. Herbal medicine like Fuyan Pill maybe a better option compared with antibiotics, because it is made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drug resistance.
With anti-fungal medication. Since a male yeast infection is external, you will probably need to see a doctor for the proper anti-fungal medication, since the over-the-counter medication sold for women's yeast infections comes formulated to insert internally (into the vagina). When you have a yeast infection, it is best to avoid foods that contain yeasts, such as breads, pizza crusts, cakes, and basically all baked goods. Also, avoid yogurt, and any other food which contains yeast - simply read the list of ingedients on the package of food to find out. Once the yeast infection is completely gone, it should be safe to eat foods containing yeast again. Yeast infections are most commonly caused by the use of antibiotics, because antibiotics kill ALL the bacteria in your body, including the "good" bacteria which helps keep things like fungal infections (yeast infections) and other imbalances from occurring. In fact, if you do not have a yeast infection and must take a course of antibiotics, it is a good idea to eat a very small amount of yogurt per day of antibiotic treatment in order to prevent a yeast infection from occurring.
It depends entirely on the individuals - where the yeast infection was (I'm assuming genital), how healthy the female's vagina is, what sexual activity was involved, if they were practicing safer sex, and how severe the infection was. That is assuming that the infection does get passed between partners.
No. Usually a yeast infection is caused by environmental factors like soaps, douches, laundry detergents, thongs, really tight pants, non-cotton panties, etc. The infection can even be caused by certain oral antibiotics for some people. Normally, the male partner does not need to be treated if the female is diagnosed with a yeast infection.Uh, maybe out of date but the answer from my doctor 10 years ago was yes! of course! The yeast can be carried for some time by the man, particularly if his personal hygiene is not perfect.
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