Usually because the womens immunity is lowered after contracting a yeast infection and due to the creams she applies the discharge is unable to protect effectively against further infection for a few days. Because of this, further yeast or BV infections occur. It is more common the other way round. Antibiotic treatment for any infection makes you more prone to a yeast infection as it alters the balance of the vaginal flora.
Yes, it is very common to have multiple vaginal infections within a short space of time.
Your vagina is like a small ecosystem, it is full of 'good' and 'bad' bacteria as well as yeast which is kept under control by the 'good' bacteria. The vagina is acidic in pH to maintain healthy vaginal flora but if this pH is thrown off it throws the balance of flora off too. If your 'good' bacteria is lacking then you will experience issues like yeast infections and bacterial infections where 'bad' bacteria take over.
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.
Yes because a yeast infection is bacterial and bacterial does not id for age.
You need to be seen by a gynecologist. It is likely that you have a bacterial infection called bacterial vaginosis.
Your body has either had an overgrowth of bacteria (usually yeast, so a yeast infection) or there isn't enough to fight off the bad bacteria and you get a bacterial infection.
Yes; you can transmit a yeast infection via sexual contact.
It is not; they are separate causes. Chlamydia is bacterial, and yeast is fungal.
Bacterial vaginosis and yeast infection are both the results of imbalances in the normal flora of the vagina. A yeast infection involves an overgrowth of candida and related species. Odor is not a huge complaint of women with yeast. Symptoms may include redness and discomfort. The vaginal pH is normal. In contrast, bacterial vaginosis is a death of the protective bacteria in the vagina. Odor is a common complaint, but inflammation and irritation are not. The vaginal pH is usually higher than normal.
absolutley not you would spread it! lol
Yes, a male can give a yeast infection to a woman.
No a cyst is like a growth on the ovary. Yeast is a bacterial infection.
No, a yeast infection typically does not smell fishy, but bacterial vaginosis, a common, non-contagious condition, does have a fishy odor.
no,because he could get somthing
Though Yeast infection is not included in STD- ( Sexually Transmitted Disease), it is transmitted from sexual activity to men and women.
Sure, and you can also have ingrown toenails, too.
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.
no. it helps yeast infections , though.
Yes. A man can contract a yeast infection form woman that has one.
The medication clyndamiacin may be prescribed for a yeast infection, however prolonged use may lead to a yeast infection. This medication can be prescribed both vaginally and orally. Vaginal prescriptions are used for bacterial vaginosis.
It is any infection caused by a bacterial overgrowth of the vagina. This can be caused by a number of things including: treatment of a yeast infection, sexually transmitted disease, douching, and even shifts in hormones.
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.
Cuts inside or on the vagina, urinary tract infections(very common with women), STDs, yeast infection, BV(Bacterial Vaginosis)
No you can not.
No, Zithromax treats bacterial infections. It is not effective against fungal infections like yeast.