How long after symptoms of yeast infection disappear not contagious?

Soon. Vaginal yeast infections are not highly contagious. If you are treated (diflucan, gyne-lotrimin, etc) you are not likely to pass it on.

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Can a a vaginal yeast infection be contagious if one partner has it?

No. The yeast infection is neutralized in your partner during oral sex by saliva and gastric enzymes. However, a simultaneous STD can be transmitted to oral spaces readily. Read more...

Can someone tell me how long will it take my yeast infection symptoms to disappear completely?

Depends. This depends on the extent of the infection, and the treatment used. It can take a few days to weeks. Usually it can be eliminated in a couple days. Read more...

Is it ok to do 2, 3-day yeast infection treatments back-to-back? And how long does it take for symptoms to disappear?

Yes, but. After finishing a 3 day yeast infection treatment most women will notice that most of their symptoms of itching and cottage cheese discharge have improved a lot. It can take several more days for the yeast symptoms to be completely gone. If they are partly improved, then it's ok to take a second 3 day course. If they're only a little better then it may not be a yeast infection - get checked. Read more...

How long could it take for a yeast infection to start showing symptoms?

Unknown. Yeast is commonly present on the skin and in the vagina without causing any symptoms; if it grows in number, it might start causing symptoms; the process is unpredictable. Read more...