Can a yeast infection cause my partner to get bumps on his penis?

January 10th, 2013 by Emily

Question: Can a yeast infection cause my partner to get bumps on his penis?
Recently I had a yeast infection, I treated it with the Monistat pack, now my boyfriend has small red bumps on his penis. Is this a common result of my having a yeast infection or does it sound like something different? Also, have can he be treated so we aren’t passing it back and forth to one another?

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Answer by ~*Pauls Girl*~
Having just spoken to my mom about my first yeast infection, men can infact take infection back with them if you have sex during an infection. He should go to the physician to verify what infection it is though.

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3 Comments on “Can a yeast infection cause my partner to get bumps on his penis?”

  1. TenFour20 says:

    It’s possible for you to pass it but rare. How long after using the Monistat did you have sex. If it was only a few days then there might still be some of the medicine inside and it may be irritate your boyfriend’s already sensitive skin.

  2. Kelly says:

    Yeast infections don’t cause little red bumps. That is more likely a rash or herpes. You can definitely pass a yeast infection back and forth and he should see a doctor to be diagnosed.

  3. MrBestAnswer says:

    You should read this guide : http://www.reviewconnect.com/r/h/yeastinfectionnomore/ before making any decisions with your yeast infection.

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