Yeast Infection Symptoms



Yeast Infection Symptoms

The most frequent symptoms of yeast infection in women are:  The most common symptoms of yeast infections in woman are:

  • Vaginal discharge can be but is not always present
  • Burning, irritation and itching in the vaginal area
  • Painful urination and/or pain during intercourse
  • Thick, grayish-white discharge is common and
  • has the appearance of cottage cheese, although it can
  • vary from watery to thick in consistency.

If a yeast infection is present in a male, most often there are no symptoms. Some men have, however, reported a transient rash and burning of the penis after intercourse when condoms were not used. These possible symptoms are usually short lived.

Yeast Infection Symptoms
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Most male partners of women with yeast infection do not experience any symptoms of the infection. A transient rash and burning sensation of the penis, however, have been reported after intercourse if condoms were not used. These symptoms are usually self-limiting.

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