? Cu? How long should I wait before having sex with my husband after? S of an infection? N UI and yeast?

September 17th, 2013 by Emily

Question:? Cu? How long should I move before having sex with my husband after? s of an infection? n yeast and uti I had an infection? n yeast and used at that time. You want the physician and have medication for both and everything seems find now. And my husband can not move m? S. Greatest answer:

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4 Comments on “? Cu? How long should I wait before having sex with my husband after? S of an infection? N UI and yeast?”

  1. Kitty says:

    You should wait until the medication is finished. You should have another urine dip for the infection to make sure it is gone. If your husband says he can’t wait, remind him of the discomfort of a yeast infection and UTI because he will get it too if you aren’t cured.

  2. BeccaBeccaBecca says:

    Wait about a week after your medication is finished (this is also vital if you’re on birth control). A UTI can easily come back straight away if you’re not careful, don’t irritate your body while it’s healing.

    Your husband should respect you. Justtry to find anther way to please his sex-drive while your healing.

  3. captainglen says:

    If you use condoms you do not have to wait at all. The risk lies in passing the infection to your husband who will later reinfect you. Although this is rare (not impossible) with the yeast infection it is quite common with the UTI.
    It is actually quite important that he be checked for the infection and treated if necessary before resuming unprotected sex with him. Most of what the other people answering your question is correct in that you need to make sure that the infection is gone before resuming unprotected sex.
    Candida albicans, the same type of yeast that causes vaginal yeast infections can cause a condition called jock itch in males and sometimes females. In this way it can be passed back and forth between partners. Jock itch is external and can be eliminated with Selsun, Monistat or Clotrimazole. Candida albicans can also invade the male urinary tract and cause a condition called male yeast infection which causes itching at the tip of the penis.

  4. Avri says:

    till you finish all the medicines that the doc gave you. than go to recheck

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