A condon could give u yeast infection?

No. A condom does not give a yeast infection, but a latex condom can give certain women an allergic reaction which will feel like a yeast infection. This allergic reaction is an itching and/or burning feeling in her vulva/vagina. These symptoms usually resolve within a day or less. The best thing is to use a non-latex condom (such as polyurethane) which should not cause any allergic reaction.
A condom, no... Condoms do not transmit yeast, but intercourse with a male partner with a yeast infection, oral sex (recipient at risk), and diabetes are risk factors.

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Please give advice on how to stop a yeast infection?

Health and hygiene. Yeast like to grow in warm moist areas. Thorough drying after showering may help. Antibiotics taken for other infections, may kill "healthy bacteria" that prevent yeast; this allows yeast to grow in their place. Some say eating yogurt or avoiding foods containing yeast may prevent an infection; there is little evidence to support that.. Treatment of a yeast infection may be with creams or pills. Read more...

Can a man get a yeast infection and give it to his partner?

Definitely. It happens all the time. Couples can "ping-pong" the infection back and forth. Both need to be treated and cured at the same time. Read more...

Please give advice on how to know if you have yeast infection?

Burning, itching,,, A yeast infection of the vagina or vulva may cause severe itching, burning, soreness, irritation, and a whitish or whitish-gray cottage cheese-like discharge, often with a curd-like appearance. In the clinic, etc. Diagnosis is done with a scraping or swab of the area placed on a microscope slide, which is treated with KOH dissolving the cells and leaving the candida yeast cells. Read more...