? C? Mo is an infection? No yeast men?

December 16th, 2011 by Emily

Question: C? mo is an infection? No yeast Men Greatest answer:

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2 Comments on “? C? Mo is an infection? No yeast men?”

  1. Samanta says:

    Males can get yeast infections, and it won’t go away on it’s own with regular soap. You’ll have to see your doctor and get a prescription.

  2. K says:

    At first I tried applying apple cider vinegar directly to the skin a few times a day, which worked quite effectively initially, especially for the itching and smell. Garlic didn’t seem to help a whole lot.

    After fighting it unsuccessfully with natural remedies for a while I was prescribed two Difulcan [3](Fluconazole) pills (one a week) and Clotrimazole [2] for application directly to the skin. These also worked initially but seemed to stop working after not too long. Maybe I wasn’t religious enough with the Clotrimazole, and Candida is known to develop resistance to antifungals. [1]

    People recommend eating yogurt, but this will mostly attack the systemic (whole body) effects. It’s probably a better idea to apply it directly. One alternative is to get some acidophilus pills and take them daily and even crack them open and apply the powder to the skin. It’s generally good to have a healthy supply of acidophilus in your system [4]. It produces things like hydrogen peroxide and folic acid which provide an undesirable environment for the candida to live. It also consumes sugar and converts it into things like lactic acid, helping to starve the yeast of the sugar it thrives on.

    Some other things you can try:

    - Coconut oil: apply extra virgin coconut oil directly to the affected area. The yeast-killing chemical of interest here is Lauric acid, a kind of fatty acid [5]. You can also try taking daily coconut oil supplements–they are available at most vitamin stores.

    - My doctor also recommended applying Selsun Blue dandruff shampoo to the affected area. The active ingredient, selenium sulfide [6], apparently helps to kill yeast.

    - Tea tree oil: it’s very strong so mix it with some olive oil or another oil and apply it to the affected area. It has been shown to be effective against candida [7]. Do NOT consume this stuff, it can be fatal. This, btw, has so far been the most promising for me.

    - Boric acid is also apparently pretty effective [8]

    - Monistat: You can get it over the counter. I’ve seen several people saying it’s better to get the longer-term variations, e.g. Monistat 7 instead of Monistat 3. Monistat didn’t seem to help at all in my case.

    - Keep your diet low in sugars and simple carbs. The candida feeds on them. While beer is often attributed as a culprit to infections because it is made with yeast, the yeast is a different strain from candida so I’m skeptical as to whether or not this makes any sense. Beer does, however, contain sugars and carbs…

    Note that uncircumcised men are generally more predisposed to candida infections. An increased sugar content in the blood caused by something like diabetes can also be a source of recurring or persistent infections.

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