Can taking antibiotics for a bladder infection cause a yeast infection?

Yeast. Yes, very common....Antibx kill, normal bacteria in system, yeast infection then can come.
Yes. Antibiotics for any reason can make one likely to get a yeast infection. You can try some of the over the counter products for yeast infections and if that doesn't help call your doctor for an appointment.
Cause=no, allow=yes. Yeast are not effected by the antibiotics we use to treat bladder infections. Yet the antibiotics kill off some of the normal bacteria in the poop & create extra space & available food for yeast to expand their numbers. With this overgrowth it is easier to get contaminated by the yeast. Taking probiotic capsules while on antibiotics can reduce this complication.