Can tinea versicolor and recurting yeast infections be related? Can they cause one another?

Possibly. They are both fungal infections and suggest that the immune system isn't functioning as well as it should. The biggest cause of immune dysfunction in our society is stress, which can reduce your th1 immunity (allowing more infections) and which also results in an increase in th2 immunity (causing more allergies). Meditate, eat well, exercise.
Vaginal yeast infec? I'm going to assume the question refers to vaginal yeast infections rather than yeast infections of the skin, like yeast folliculitis. Tinea versicolor is caused by a different fungus than the one that usually causes vaginal yeast infections. I don't think they're related, however, it's possible that your immune system doesn't fight off fungal infections very well.

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Can my sinus inflammation, tinea versicolor, mild but chronic yeast infections and hidradenitis under my armpits be related?

Maybe. There may be some idiosyncracies of your immune system that help tie these things together. But none of it strikes me as warranting an extensive immune workup. Read more...

Uterine polyps, tinea versicolor, infectious hidradenitis, sinus inflammation, mild yeast infections and high anxiety be hormones or something else? Had MRI and CT scan because of vertigo too. Help!

Physician evaluation. You need a good general clinician to see you and unravel this complicated series of issues. Many of these may be related to your anxiety disorder, but no way to know this without your compiling a full detailed history including each and every complaint and being assessed by a pcp who can then guide you elsewhere if necessary. Good luck. Read more...
None of these . Are even related to each other. You need a good talk with a primary care doctor: make a list of problems and make a plan to work through the list. These complaints are not related. None of it is "hormones" look for more likely causes. Read more...

Can tinea versicolor be controlled by having a particular diet like no yeast or sugar?

No. Tinea versicolor is a chronic fungal skin infection. To make it go away (temporarily), you have to kill the fungus by using anti-fungal medications like clotrimazole, ketoconazole, or miconazole.Otc dandruff shampoos applied for 10 minutes each day in the shower may also help. It is not caused by eating yeast or sugar. It often recurs, especially in warm months/climate. Read more...
Try shampoo. While some believe that diet can effect t. Versicolor, the practical nature of doing it is a bit extreme. Have you tried rubbing selsum blue shampoo into the skin and letting it sit on tje skin for 15 min. Prior to showering? Read more...