Yeast infection from oversized kidney stone?

Unrelated. A vaginal yeast infection (i'm assuming you don't have a fungal kidney infection) is not related to kidney stones.

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Can a yeast infection go to your kidneys? If so, what kind of illness can the kidneys get? Can a yeast infection enter the blood stream?

Yeast infection. Are you referring to female vaginal/genital yeast infection? And if it can spread to kidneys and blood? If yes, then your answer is no! vaginal yeast infection is a localized benign disease and does not spread! BUT kidneys and blood can get infected by fungal diseases rarely in immunocompromised patients or in patients with long term intravenous accesses/lines, or with long term Foley catheters! Read more...

Can a vaginal yeast infection lead to kidney failure or other major problems?

Hmm not really. Did you have a yeaast infection in your urine? Did it get systemic? Then maybe... But you need to see an infectious disease specialist and a nephrologist if you think this happened. Read more...

I have itchy and frequent urinate for a week. Now I have sharp pain in left lower back. Does yeast infection cause the pain or sth else?

Something else. Yeast infection, limited to the vulva and vagina, is not likely to cause back pain. You may have an associated uti, but the history you provide is too sparse and you also need to be examined. See a doctor soon, and hope you are better in a short time thereafter. Read more...