Is it ok to put Neosporin on my yeast infection cuts on the inside of the lips?

No. Topical neosporin should not be used in your mouth. There is treatment for the yeast infection which would heal the cuts. neosporin is unlikely to be effective.

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If I have a vaginal yeast infection can I put neosporin or coconut oil to stop the itch?

NEITHER! You should be receiving SPECIFIC anti-yeast medication vaginally prescribed by your GYNECOLOGIST if OTC preparations are not working! Neosporin is for BACTERIAL SKIN infections and COCONUT OIL is a "folk" remedy at best! Hope this helps! Dr Z. Read more...

I have a vaginal yeast infection and I scratched now I have cuts is there anything I can use to heal the cuts that doesn't burn? Like neosporin?

Yeast fissures. Yeast itself can result in superficial fissures ("cuts"), which can start with trauma from scratching. But the problem is the yeast itself, not an infection that would respond to neosporin or any other cream. Just continue your yeast treatment; they will heal quickly. But ask your doctor or clinic about alternate treatment if all yeast symptoms aren't clearing up after 5-6 days. Read more...

Is it possible for neosporin to cause a yeast infection on male if applied to penis?

Staph. No. But it promotes staph infections since most staph now are resistant to neosporin and this product should be thrown away and never used again. Read more...

Is it okay to use neosporin on vaginal and anal tears after a yeast infection? I don't have any vaseline, and I'm on holiday.

Neosporin. Allergic reactions: Polymyxin B - neomycin compound may cause the area being treated to become more sensitive. If you experience itching, dry skin, reddening, and swelling of the area being treated or if a lesion or wound is not healing, stop using this medication and contact your doctor. I do not tecommend the product because of a greater chance of an allergic reaction. Read more...