Systemic yeast infection for a guy? How can that happen?

Unusual. Getting systemic yeast infection in an otherwise "normal" person would be very unusual. Would need to know the circumstances, but patients with profound immuno-suppressive conditions may be more susceptible to this condition.

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I am a guy and was wondering how do I know if I have a yeast infection?

See below. If you have no symptoms, see your family doctor. Common symptoms include rash and discharge, depending on where the infection is. Read more...

I have a systemic yeast infection and I was wondering what drinks I can drink? Foods?

What? What is a systemic yeast infection? Are you talking about those books from the 1970s saying "yeast" was the cause of every symptom imaginable? The majority of well done studies have ruled out that theory of causation. Is there another syndrome you're talking about. Read more...

How could a guy tell if he has a yeast infection?

Sxs for male. Men with yeast infections may have burning or itching at the urethra (hole in the penis). There may be a red rash as well. He may need to seek medical eval if he has not had a yeast infection before. Read more...

How do you know guys yeast infection getting better?

More info needed. What sort of "yeast infection"? Such infections are rare in outwardly healthy men. What kind of symptoms does he have? What treatment(s) has he been on? If it's a real yeast/fungal infection, e.g. rash on penis, you'll know it's gone when the rash clears up. Post a new question with more details. Read more...