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2013-05-29 02:45:40
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When a woman has yeast infection it means that she has a an infection caused by some fungi that lives in the female organ. It also means that she is experiencing soreness and inflammation.


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Yes; you can transmit a yeast infection via sexual contact.

Yes, a male can give a yeast infection to a woman.

Though Yeast infection is not included in STD- ( Sexually Transmitted Disease), it is transmitted from sexual activity to men and women.

no. it helps yeast infections , though.

Yes she can. A yeast infection can be passed back and forth between people and if he has another relationship with another woman with a yeast infection it can be passed as well.

Yes, actually they can. It is less common in men than women but it is possible. Women are more likely to get a yeast infection because the vaginal area stays moist and it can allow bacteria to form, creating a yeast infection. One of the most common ways a man can get a yeast infection is through contact of a vagina that has a yeast infection.

No, the symptoms of chlamydia and yeast infection are different. Women with yeast infections have itching, burning, and unusual vaginal discharge. Most women (80-90%) with chlamydia have no symptoms at all.

When we talk about a yeast infection in women we're normally talking about a vaginal/vulva yeast infection - although yeast infections can occur elsewhere in the body. The vagina/vulva naturally contains yeast which is normally kept under control by hydrogen peroxide produced by certain strains of bacteria (also naturally occurring in the vagina/vulva), sometimes flora is thrown off balance so the yeast are allowed to overgrow...and thus a yeast infection.

This will be similar to the treatment for a women with a yeast infection - antifungal cream or medication. If this is your first yeast infection you should probably talk to your doctor (the same recommendation is given to women with their first yeast infection). Yeast infections are a result of a warm, dark, moist environment, so you can help prevent yeast infections by maintaining good hygiene and drying off thoroughly after showers or physical exertion that causes you to sweat.

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.

Can. Yeast. Infection. Be. A. Sign. Of. Chlamydia

You can get BV after a yeast infection.

No you can not get chancres from a yeast infection.

Syphilis is not a yeast infection.

Yes and men can get them aswell as women... it can be worse for men.

No, a yeast infection is caused by an overgrowth of normally growing fungi and has nothing to do with whether you are pregnant or not.

No. The live cultures and healthy bacteria in yogurt will actually help prevent a yeast infection. It has been used to treat women with mild, recurrent yeast infections when eating it daily.

No. Not everyone woman will get one. I, have had a yeast infection 7 times when i was little but you know, thats just me. Some women will never ever get one.

Gallbladder surgery does not cause a yeast infection.However, you may be put on antibiotics after surgery to reduce the chance of infection, and antibiotics have been known to contribute to yeast infections in some women.

if you mean where it comes out, then yes

Yes, men can develop a yeast infection without having any contact with women. Sexual intercourse is not the only possible cause of yeast infection in men. Yeast infection in a man can be caused by various factors including but not limited to a weak immune system, antibiotic consumption, bad eating habits and diabetes.

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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