Sex with yeast infection
Raise your hand if you've had a yeast infection. Okay, most of us. Raise your hand if you've wondered whether you could have sex with a yeast infection. Or, you know, right after treatment. Come on, it can't just be me! As many of us know a little too well, yeast infections are incredibly common.
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Can I Have Sex When I Have a Yeast Infection?
Sex with a yeast infection: Is it safe?
Having sex when you have a vaginal infection or vaginal inflammation may be uncomfortable and might make your symptoms worse. If the source of your infection is a sexually transmitted infection, you may also spread the infection to your partner. If you have chronic yeast infections candidiasis , confirmed by a doctor, you may have sex without concern for worsening symptoms as long as you're comfortable. Yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis aren't sexually transmitted infections, but having new sexual partners increases the risk of bacterial vaginosis. However, trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection. To prevent possible reinfection, wait to have intercourse until you and your partner complete treatment and you no longer have symptoms. Mayo Clinic does not endorse companies or products.
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Vaginal yeast infections
Vaginal yeast infections are a fairly common health condition. They can cause abnormal vaginal discharge , discomfort during urination, and itching and burning in the vaginal area. These symptoms may make it uncomfortable to have sex. Sexual activity could prolong the infection, allowing symptoms to return.
That said, the timing may also be a coincidence. Your yeast infection may have been triggered by a number of other factors. They can often be treated at home. Read on to learn more about why this happens, other potential causes, treatment options, and more. Candida fungus is a normal part of the microscopic bacteria ecosystem in your vagina.
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