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What Are The Symptoms Of A Vaginal Yeast Infection?

August 16, 2019

Good day, Eric Bakker again, Candida Crusher
FAQs. Here’s FAQ Number 27. There are many different symptoms you may
experience; but Erik, can you tell me what are the symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection? Okay, this is one I hear regularly from women
who are concerned with a vaginal irritation. They’re not sure if they have bacterial vaginosis,
genital herpes, or a vaginal infection, or even a sexually transmitted disease like Chlamydia. What you’ll typically find with a vaginal
yeast infection is a thick, white discharge or it could just be thinnish, but there’ll
still be often a white discharge. There can be intense irritation and redness. There are
many symptoms depending on how severe the condition is, but the common ones are the
irritation, the itching, it can be an uncomfortable sensation, there can be burning going on with
urination and also painful sex. So these are the common ones that you’ll find. The most likely time you’ll find vaginal irritations
having to do with a yeast infection, in my opinion, will be three to four days before
the menstrual period. That’s often when they’ll be highlighted or they’ll be worse. Some women
also complain of an increase in symptoms after specific foods or alcohol. Generally, there
could be a bit of a musty sort of an odor, nowhere near as severe as bacterial vaginosis,
which has a fishy brine-like odor and a watery thin dark discharge. So, you won’t really
get that with the vaginal infection. So I hope that answers your question, what
are the typical symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection? Thanks for your question.


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  • Reply Alia Zai September 12, 2018 at 12:06 am

    Can you also get white patches or spots on the vagina with a yeast infection?

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