Yeast Infections and Home Remedies

August 28, 2016

Vaginal yeast infections, also known as candidiasis, are a common female condition. Yeast infections are caused by the fungus Candida. This fungus is associated with intense itching, swelling, and irritation.

According to the Mayo Clinic, 3 out of 4 women will experience a yeast infection at one point in their lives. Once you get a yeast infection, you’re more likely to get another one.

Vaginal yeast infections can be spread by sexual contact, but in general they aren’t considered a sexually transmitted infection. Treatment for yeast infections is relatively simple, depending on how severe they are.

Yeast Infections

Scientifically known as vaginal candidiasis, vaginal yeast infections are common and severely unpleasant infections that affect the vagina and the tissues around the vaginal opening, typically characterized by itchiness and vaginal discharge. This fungal infection is not considered a sexually transmitted disease, but it can be spread through oral or genital contact with the vagina, which may be why more than 75% of women will experience a yeast infection at some point in their lives. The symptoms of yeast infections can vary, but they typically include itching, redness, vaginal swelling and irritation, thick white discharge, and a burning sensation when peeing. More severe symptoms, such as cracking of the skin or bleeding are exceedingly rare, but if you experience them, you should see a doctor immediately. You can read the full article Here

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