Signs of A Yeast Infection

Did you know that yeast infection is caused by a fungus called Candida. That is why sometimes you will see  ” How To Cure Candida”, just another way of saying yeast infection.  

Also did you know that  up to 75% of women at lease once in there lifetime has had a yeast infection.

Another interesting FACT: American women spend $500,000 a year, on over the counter medications for yeast infections.


What Are The Signs of A Yeast Infection?

Signs and Symptoms of a Yeast Infection

One of the most common issue for most women is itching and burning, down in the vaginal area. You could also have soreness and redness, along with a rash.

Another common issue of a yeast infection is discharge that is thick and chunky look kind of like cottage cheese.

Burning while peeing and painful intercourse are possible signs of a yeast infection.

Another possible sign but kind of odd is the craving of for sweets (and sugars), breads, and pastas – these foods are for feeding you yeast.

Here Are Some Other Symptoms of An Infection:

  • Vaginal Odor
  • Oral Yeast Infection (Thrush)
  • Premature Aging
  • Acne
  • Menstrual Pain
  • Respiratory Infection
  • Skin Lesions
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Migraines

Signs of A Yeast Infection for Men

The most common issue men have when showing a sign of yeast infection, is itching around the penis, a burning sensation during urination or a rash.

Another occurrence in men is experience digestive problems.

Some other symptoms of yeast infections, in men are constipation, bad breath, bloating, indigestion, frequent intestinal gas, frequent diarrhea, very loose stools, sexual dysfunction, irritability and mood swings, fatigue or lack of energy, memory loss, jock itch, dry itchy flaky skin, athletes feet, and prostate problems.

Find out more about Male Yeast Infection Here

Some Need To Knowns For Men and Women About Yeast Infections

A need to know for people whom have diabetes or weak immune system (HIV, etc) you are more prone to get a yeast infection.

YES, A yeast infection can be transfered from a man to a women. So do what you can to keep your distance from one another til the infection has cleared up. Or you could possible transfer the yeast infection back and forth to one another. If you planned on using a condom, you could actually irrate and grow more yeast from the condom. Especially it the condom contains Nox-9 (sperm killer).

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