Yeast Infection in Men?
When we are talking about Yeast Infection, we are typically referring to women, since it is much more typical the bacterial to develop in female genitalia.
In fact, a study shows 3 out of 4 women encounter Yeast Infection at least once in their life.
What is not such known fact is that man can also get yeast infection!
It is called Penile Yeast Infection and it attacks the male sex organ – the penis, and if not treated on time could evolve to different painful, uncomfortable or embarrassing symptoms.
In some advanced cases, if the infection spreads to the bloodstream, it could lead to more serious problems, so it is important if you have it, to take action now!
The most common way to get Penile Yeast infection is by having unprotected sex with an infected women, and it could take time until you develop the visual symptoms of the infection.
So if your female partner have Yeast infection, chances it was passed to you are pretty high, and even you don’t see it yet, it’s always a good idea to do a preventative treatment on time.
Other things that can stimulate the yeast bacteria to multiply and causing problems are taking antibiotics, bad immune system or poor hygiene.
What are the symptoms of the Mate Yeast Infection?
The yeast infection symptoms are seen on the penis and can include:
- Moist skin on the penis
- Areas of a thick, white substance collecting in skin folds
- Shiny, white skin patches
- Redness, itching, burning
How To Treat a Yeast Infection
If you and your partner both have symptoms of a yeast infection, it’s important that you both be treated to avoid reinfecting each other.
I found Yeastrol to be a The Best Yeast Infection Solution on the market and have made a review about it which you can see on the link below. It takes seconds to apply, has no side effects and works on both – men and women.
I hope my blog helped you get rid of the annoying and embarrassing signs of Candidiasis.