• Here is the medical version of a yeast infection Here is the symptoms of it hope this helps
  • There are a certain type of bacteria that are present on the skin. Certain conditions can lead to an overgrowth of this bacteria (known medically as candida). An overgrowth of this bacteria is known as a "yeast infection" and occurs most often in warm, moist areas of the skin or areas where a greater amount of friction occurs (genitals, underneath breasts, in fatty folds of skin in obese people, etc.)
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  • A yeats infection is a form of staph. Staph comes in many forms and the yeats infection is called that because of the discharge from the infected which has the smell of yeats. Do not know the area infected but normally it involves your genatalia. Get to the doctor because it will only get worse. Don't worry how you got it just work on clearing it up. mr Bill
  • Dear, I am a Gynecologist. Yeast is a fungus scientifically referred to as Candida. The specific type of fungus most commonly responsible for vaginitis is Candida albicans. Yeast is commonly present on normal human skin and in areas of moisture, such as the mouth and vagina. In fact, it is estimated that between 20%-50% of healthy women normally carry yeast in the vaginal area. Best of luck Dr. Hisham
  • Yeast infection is caused by a fungus called candidas,yeast infection(candidiasis)occurs in warm and wet regions of the body,there are two specific type vaginal yeast infection(vulvaocandidas)and penile yeast infection(balantis) Vaginal yeast inflection symptoms:you experience itchying,red rashes,swollen labia or inflammated lymph glands around the vagina,it caused by heat trapped by your vaginal resulting from wearing of tight underwears,nylon,really tight jean stretch. Penile Yeast infection:you experience rashes at the tip of the penis,you also experience itchying at the tip of your penis or around the scrotum bag. you can get more information or simply google it out @
  • Itchy Cookie Syndrome!
  • Hmm! Us guys don't get it!
    • Linda Joy
      Yes, you do! And if you don't wear a condom you can pass it on and even reinfect your partner after she gets rid of it!

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