Can sex during a yeast infection push the infection further inside the women how dangerous is this?

Not dangerous . A yeast infection might make intercourse more uncomfortable for you (burning, itching, swelling) it's not dangerous. If it doesn't bother you, don't worry. If you use vaginal cream, this might also treat your partner if affected. Take care.

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During sex with a man can a woman give him a? Yeast infection?

Yeast in males. Yes. It doesn't happen very often, but it certainly can happen. It happens most in men who are uncircumcised because the foreskin gives yeast a good place to grow. It is not a serious problem and can be treated easily with over the counter anti-fungal creams like Clotrimazole 1%. Read more...

I had sex with a women that had a yeast infection and I started feeling odd things after. What are the symptoms?

Male sxs. Men with yeast infections may have burning or itching at the urethra (hole in the penis). There may be a red rash as well. Monistat can be applied to the tip of the penis twice a day. If not resolving in a week, see physician. Read more...

Treated already for a yeast infection. But now my vagina feels sore during sex. Something wrong? I'm on the IUD.

Get checked. Sometimes other infections can occur with a yeast infection. Or you may still have yeast that has not responded completely to the medication you used. Get checked before using anything else. Avoid sex until you feel fine and your check-up shows no infection. Avoid fragrances and harsh soaps, which irritate (unscneted soaps, lotions, creams, detergents. No fabric softeners). Don't over-scrub. Read more...

Do people sometimes transfer a yeast infection during sex?

Yeast causes. You might transfer enough monilia (which causes most yeast infections) during sex by giving a partner a whooping big dose of yeast, but yeast are everywhere are most cases of vaginal yeast are not caused by intercourse. Most are the result of an upset in the normal vaginal bacteria population, such as after a course of antibiotics. Diabetes, pregnancy are also common causes. Read more...