Monday, 26 December 2016

Candida Albicans symptoms in men and women

Yeast is a very common fungus that normally exists in a woman’s vagina. If there is an overgrowth of yeast or candida, symptoms may appear. Men with a yeast infection may develop inflammation of the head of the penis or have other symptoms. Mainly antibiotics cause a yeast infection.

Symptoms in women :

• White, thick “cottage cheese-like” vaginal discharge
• Mild to severe vaginal itching and burning
• Burning of the external genitalia when urinating
• Red, sore labia (vaginal lips)
• Pain with intercourse
• Some women do not have symptoms.

Symptoms in Men:

• Irritation, redness at tip of the penis or under the foreskin
• Pain when passing urine
• Dry, itchy skin on the genitals
• Most men do not have symptoms

For women, your doctor or other health-care provider will collect a sample of fluid with a small swab from the vagina and have it tested at a laboratory. For men, a yeast infection can usually be diagnosed by a simple visual exam.

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