Fungal organisms morphologically consistent with candida spp. Do I have yeast infection?

Likely yes. If this is a result from a pap test, then fungus was identified in the slide made from the sample. In many instances, that may correlate to a clinical "yeast" infection. If you are asymptomatic, you should ask your health care provider as to whether or not antifungal therapy / ointment is necessary.

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What is the difference between a fungal and yeast infection?

Yeast infection. Fungi can be yeasts or molds. Some fungi have both yeast and mold phases of growth, and this will depend often upon whether they are in the human body or in nature or in culture in the laboratory. Read more...

Can I use an anti fungal cream if I don't have a yeast infection but want get rid of irritation caused by wearing scented pads?

See answer . If not a yeast-related irritation, then antifungal cream will not be of any benefit. If truly a skin irritation from using scented pads (contact dermatitis), then treatment more likely to be successful with using an over-the-counter steroid cream: e.g. 1% Hydrocortisone cream applied twice daily and, of course, good hygiene and eliminating scented pads (the allergen). Read more...

Husband has fungal infec on back ongoing. Intercourse I get yeast infection, is this related?

Fungus. If your husband has a fungal infection, althouhg it seems primarily on his back he could have elswhere on body. Yes, I think this might be related especially if it is a recurrent problem. Read more...

What are all the symptoms of a fungal/yeast infection on the anus? Is it safe to put any anti fungal cream on your anus?

Irritation; yes. Itching and irritation are the main symptoms, often with redness and maybe superficial fissures, if you can view the area with a mirror. Any skin or vaginal antifungal cream will be safe. Read more...

Is a yeast infection and vaginal fungal infection the same thing? If not, what is best treatment for fungal and what are its causes?

Yes. Same see your gyn for cultures an treatment there are pills like Diflucan (fluconazole) and many different vaginal creams to treat it. Read more...
Vaginal yeast infect. A vaginal yeast infection is caused by the fungus candida.Candida is a microorganism that's normally present in your vagina, along with bacteria.Too much yeast in your vagina can lead to vaginal itching, burning, and other classic signs and symptoms of a yeast infection.Treatment options can be found over the counter or prescribed by a doctor. Read more...
Yeast=fungus. Yeast is a fungus, by definition. Best treatment is to try to determine what may have provoked it? Changes in diet, sleep, stress, detergent, clothing, sex practices., etc. Second is otc anti-fungal like clotrimazole, Miconazole or any vaginal anti-fungal. If that doesn't work, then diflucan, (fluconazole) an oral pill. And lastly, elimination diet. A great book, the v book, goes into detail about yeast! Read more...
Yeast=Fungus. A diagnosis of yeast or fungal vaginal infection is best done identifying the organism with a microscope . Most fungal vaginitis are easily treated with vaginal creams or one dose pill. Yeast lives in healthy people, some are prone to develop infection. Read more...
Not same. Many drs confuse the two. Everybody has yeast and fungi. Overgrowth may cause symptoms. Vaginal yeast overgrowth is often a result of antibiotic use. Fungus infection is on the outside, often the feet or inner thigh. While some treatments are effective for both, some are preferred for either yeast, usually monilia, or for fungus, usually dermatophytes. Read more...