Is pelvic pain a symptom of a yeast infection?

Not usually. Make an appointment to be seen. Yeast infections typically cause itching and is very uncomfortable and annoying. Pelvic pain is more concerning and may indicate a different infection.
No ! Candida or yeast vulvovaginitis should not be causing pelvic pain. Pelvic pain should be evaluated with regards to your periods and coital activity. Endometriosis and pelvic floor dysfunction needs to be ruled out.

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Hello, my question is I'm having pelvic pain along with a yeast infection. I've tried otc, and calling my obgyn. No call back, what do you suggest.

Probably not yeast. Yeast infection does not cause pelvic pain for the most part. If you are having pelvic pain and vulvovaginal itching or burning, maybe some discharge, you need to be evaluated to rule out any other condition. Read more...
Not by phone. Your doctor is not going to be able to give you an accurate answer by phone. Your best bet is to use that phone to make an appointment and let him/her see what is going on. Read more...

Pelvic pain, sting in pubic area, nerve pain from right bum down back of leg and calf and inner thigh. See gynae or gp? Uti, hsv, or yeast infection?

Complex. This complicated group of symptoms will require a more complete history and detailed physical exam and very probably some imaging studies and perhaps labs to figure out a diagnosis. Would start with your pcp who can refer you for more specialized care if necessary. Read more...

I'm a healthy person. 26 yo. 125 lbs. No recent lifestyle changes or abnormal amounts of stress as of late. Had a yeast infection and a very light period (spotted one day) one month ago. Treated the year infection. Having significant pelvic pressure, slig

Pregnancy? Any chance you are pregnant? If yes, recommend home preg test on first morning urine. If neg, repeat in 7-10 days. If both neg, unlikely pregnancy is the issue. Need gyn evaluation based on the history and symptoms you have provided in this post. Possible causes of your symptoms are many. Need medical evaluation to help sort this out for you. Best of luck with this. Dr R. Read more...
You may need to. get checked for vaginal infection. You may have some irregular bleeding associated with an infection, so please go see your GYN or family physician to get checked out. If you period is late then see if you need to check a pregnancy test. If it is just cramping with pelvic symptoms, then have it checked by GYN or family physician. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. Read more...

Had BV before got checked don't have it anymore now I have a certain kind of yeast infection I have yellow mucusy discharge and pelvic pain?

Gynecologist. Your gynecologist would be able to diagnose and treat your current symptoms and yeast infection. Pelvic pain is not usually seen with a vaginal yeast infection and this is all the more reason you should be under the care of a gynecologist. Read more...