Yeast infection can occur in both mouth and vagina. The onset of the infection is caused by yeast, a type of fungus that creates the infection when too many yeast cells grow in the infected area, particularly the vagina. Being infected with yeast infection in either vagina or mouth can be bothersome. Although the infection is not usually serious, treating it should still come as a priority in order to create balance between the microscopic organisms living inside the female orifice.
A healthy vagina is home to different types of bacteria along with a small number of yeast cells. When the balance between bacteria becomes upset possibly due to hormonal issues like pregnancy or therapy, or the use of antibiotic medications, the number of yeast cells spikes up and thus creYeast Infection with Diflucanates the imbalance. The development of yeast infection results in itching, pain issues during sex and urination, and sometimes, it even comes along with white fluid discharge. Although the discharge is thick and clumpy, it usually has no associated odor with it. A yeast infection of the vagina is more likely to happen during a female’s menstrual period. Continue reading Treating Yeast Infection with Diflucan