Women and Men - Yeast Infection
Identifying Penile Yeast Infection
Men are not as affected by yeast infections as women are but they can still get infected in the penis. It can be just as uncomfortable when it happens
and symptoms to look for are soreness, irritation, and the tip of the penis being itchy. When looking at photos of the infection visible are redness,
blisters that are red or white, and at the head some bumps. Men tend to get a penile yeast infection from having intercourse with an infected female
partner and not using condoms.
Identifying Vaginal Yeast Infection
Over three quarters of women have to face this at some point in their lives. Symptoms are similar to the male infection and include, itching, burning,
discomfort, and a vaginal odor. Looking at an infection you can see redness of the vulva, swelling, and a cottage cheese like discharge. Female
causes include hormonal change times such as menopause, pregnancy and menstruation. Birth control pills and antibiotics are also causes as is diet.
Identifying Oral Yeast Infection
This affects the mouth but can go deeper sometimes to the throat. Symptoms include sores inside the mouth or white lesions. They are found normally
on the inside of the cheeks and the tongue. When looking at an infection it looks like a white filmy coating on those areas. There may also be peeling
red patches. In cases that are more severe your esophagus can become infected too.
Treating any form of yeast infection is about educating yourself. By learning about what are the underlying causes you can treat not just that outbreak,
but prevent it from ever reoccurring. You need never face that humiliation and pain again, you can get control back over your body. Over the counter
methods tend to treat your symptoms not that root problem. Home remedies are a great option because they are easy to get, some are already in your
kitchen cupboards, and they are much safer. Once you have dealt with the cause and found a natural treatment that works for you you will feel more