Nothing should be wrong with you if you give you girlfriend a yeast infection. It only means you have one and did'NT know it. It probably did'NT come from you because yeast infections can come from different things such as:
Not keeping yourself as clean as you should.
Washing your private area with too much soap because if not rinsed completely off of you, the soap can seep into you private opening and form into bacteria.
Too much bubble bath into your water.
You touching yourself or someone else touching you down there with germs and bacteria on your hands or any object used for sexual pleasure. Remember, Everything that look clean ain't clean.
Maybe because you have an yeast infection yourself.
yeast infections have nothing to do with being or getting pregnant
You can get yeast infections in any part of your body. Most commonly in women yeast infections occur in the vagina and vulva.
They can. Both men and women get yeast infections.
Yes men do get yeast infections. It is called thrush.
Herpes don't cause yeast infections.
You could be. But the yeast infection would not be a result of being pregnant. Yeast infections after ovulation could be a result of high estrogen levels.
STD's don't cause yeast infections, fungus does.
No because guys dont get yeast infections
Frequent yeast infections are no protection against getting pregnant.
Unpasteurized beer can cause yeast infections that can be deadly.
You can get STDs or yeast infections after hysterectomy. Yeast is slightly less common after menopause, whether surgical or natural.
No.. Yeast Infections are Generally caused by Other problems such as Sweat... But not Condoms..
Antibiotic treatment for bacterial infections can produce yeast infections. Yeast infections due to antibiotic treatment are caused by the destruction of good and bad bacteria, and disrupts the vaginal flora.
No, Metronidazole is for bacterial infections.
No it does not. Doxycycline is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections, such as urinary tract infections, acne and chlamydia. Yeast infections need to be treated with antifungal medications.
Patients with advanced HIV may have yeast infections more frequently. However, yeast infections do not cause or become STDs.
Yeast is naturally occurring in the body, certain conditions will increase yeast growth. For example warm moist conditions encourage yeast growth so things like wearing tight synthetic clothing can lead to yeast infections, changes in vaginal pH such as by using soaps to wash with will increase risk of yeast infections, also high sugar diet can lead to yeast infections too.
Yeast infections aren't normally contagious, and their occurrence isn't reduced by using condoms.
I use to get yeast infections every months after my menstrual my doctor told me to eat yogurt everyday.
Here is a website that has lots of information on yeast infections ezinearticles.com/?3-Potentially-Dangerous-Yeast-Infection-Myths&id=439116 - 48k -
Yes, sugar can cause and increase yeast infections as yeast thrive off sugar. If you have a yeast infection you should avoid sugars in your diet, if you keep getting yeast infections it's a good idea to change your diet and check with your doctor as this may be a symptom of diabetes.
Yes. Antibiotics can cause yeast infections.
I think so because I just started using the depo provera shot and this is my first time getting a yeast infection. I also did a little research. Hormonal changes causes yeast infections so I'm pretty sure that could cause a yeast infection.
Other way around.