Can you have yeast infections after a hysterectomy?

Answer Women of any age can develop vaginal yeast infections, typically caused by the fungus Candida albicans. Because the vagina generally remains intact, you may still be susceptible to yeast infections... Read More »

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Do men get yeast infections after antibiotics?

Yes, a man can get a yeast infection, even from antibiotics. However, most often it is after prolonged use of antibiotics and unprotected sex with an infected female, simply taking antibiotics does... Read More »

Can babies have yeast infections?

of course babies can get a yeast infection since their immune system is still weak, and yeast infection occur in an imbalanced body.

Can you get a yeast infections from using the same toilet as someone who has a yeast infection?

No. Yeast infections are caused by an overgrowth of a yeast that naturally exists in the vagina. Since you already have that yeast in you so you can't be "infected" by anyone else.-----------------... Read More »

Can yeast infections or bladder infections cause nausea?

One of the symptoms of a serious bladder infection can be nausea. However, nausea is not considered a symptom of a yeast infection, though it could be a sign of a sexually transmitted disease.Sourc... Read More »