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What is the BEST way to get rid of male yeast infection on penis?

If you are sure. That is what it is lotrimin (clotrimazole) applied 3 times a day should work. If it doesn't it's not yeast . Read more...
Oral +ointment . Take single dose oral antifungal (fluconazole) plus several days ointment (miconazole) *... It might take several days to get rid of it. Also find out the underlying cause... Why are you getting fungal infection.. Do you have diabetes or are you immunodeficiencent?? Don't assume things get checked for why yeast infections in a young man.. Talk to your doctor immediately. . Read more...

I might have a rash on my penis I have this hyderm/nystat cream will this get rid of the rash I think I might have thrush or yeast infection?

Here are some ... For average healthy men, the steps of skin care are: first, keep the skin clean and dry with good ventilation, especially in the sites with deep skin folds such as armpits, external genital regions; second, judiciously apply anti-fungal-steroid cream lightly 1-2 times daily for 1-2 weeks; third, always practice healthy lifestyle without overindulgence / obsession. Best wish ... Read more...

My boyfriend went down on me and had sex with me the other day. I just realized that I have a yeast infection. Will he get it in his mouth and penis?!

YEAST. It is unlikely to survive in those places as well as it does naturally in the vagina and will not likely cause symptoms or issues. Yeast is in the normal flora of the vagina and skin in general even without an overgrowth or infection. Read more...

If I have sex while I have a yeast infection/bv is it possible for that yeast to get into my partners penis, & come out the next day while urinating?

No it is not possibl. Although male can get yeast infection rarely but it will not present the way you described as coming out of the penis.So what ever is coming out of the penis is not yeast and he should have it checked by his doctor if it is persisting. Read more...
No. It is possible (though not likely) for your partner to develop a superficial yeast infection on the head of the penis (called a balanitis), especially if he is not circumcised; but it will not get into the urine. Read more...
No. If uncircumcised, he may get balanoposthitis, but he will not get a yeast UTI and void it out. Read more...