What Is Yeast Infection And What Are The Causes Of Yeast Infection?


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Penny Kay answered
A yeast infection in women usually is caused by an in balance of the number of yeast organisms in the system and the bacteria that eats or kills yeast. Often after a woman has been on antibiotics for a while she will get a yeast infection.
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Nouman Umar answered
This is a fungal infection of a species in a human body which is called yeast infection or Thrush. This disease is found in the different parts of the body like in women vagina, nipples of breast, in women's vulva, in skins areas near to vagina in leg folds. While it is seen in pennies in men which is most commonly found in many males? Due to this infection disease, there is severe irritation in the vagina of the women. According to the scientist yeast infection are present in all most all human beings but they do not grow due to the healthy diets and some other factors.

The main reason in the men and women is due to careless sex between couples, due to improperly wash of organs after sex or anal sex, use of lubricants for sex and oral interceptive devices in the sex can cause the yeast infection in the humans. So this is why the disease is increasing in both male and female because they are careless during sex and using some devices and lubricants in order to make their sex good. So they should take care of proper cleanliness in order to protect them from this disease.
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smith john answered
Like the common cold, yeast infections cure have been troubling us since time immemorial and again, just
like the common cold, modern medicine has failed to find a solution. It can treat the symptoms but it cannot cure the
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Yeast infection is a fungal infection (mycosis) of any of the Candida species, of which Candida albicans is the most common. The primary cause of yeast infection in woman is fungus - primarily Candida albicans. Along with some other types of bacteria, Candida albicans are usually present in small amounts in the vaginal area. However, the bacteria becomes a cause for concern when it multiples rapidly, becoming a yeast infection also known by the medical terms of candidiasis or monilia.

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