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How can you tell the difference between a bladder infection and a yeast infection?

Yeast infection? A bladder infection can be caused by a strain of bacterium or yeast. If the urine culture grows out yeast, it is a bladder infection caused by the yeast. If the urine culture does not reveal a yeast, there is no yeast in the urine. Read more...

How do I know if I have a bladder infection or a yeast infection?

UTI. An evaluation by your pmd and a urinalysis should answer that question. A bladder or urinary tract infection often causes burning on urination and may cause "cloudy" urine. Yeast infection can cause "itching sensation". Both are treatable. Read more...

What is a worse infection to have, a bladder infection or yeast infection?

Bladder infection. If not treated, a bladder infection could lead to a serious complication - a kidney infection. If you have had a bladder infection before and think you have another one, you are right most of the time. Please have a urinalysis and culture and senitivity performed on a clean catch urine specimen for the correct diagnosis and treatment. See your hcp ! don't wait. Uti1. Read more...