Is there someone out there that knows about male yeast infections?

March 9th, 2014 by Emily
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Question: Is there someone out there that knows about male yeast infections?
and if so how can it be treated and how does it occur? I have been to the dr twice and have had a urinalysis then I had the cbc blood test and all has come back negative. Home remedies are ok but they are messy and most smell bad.Help needed badly. So thank you all for all of your help.

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Answer by jbannsummers
Signs and symptoms of a male yeast infection include a reddish rash, itching or burning at the tip of the penis. Fortunately, most male yeast infections are easily treated with an over-the-counter antifungal treatment, such as Monistat (yes, men can use it too). Apply the medication directly to the affected skin twice regularly for a week. If the rash doesn’t go away, or if it recurs frequently, consult your doctor.

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One Comment on “Is there someone out there that knows about male yeast infections?”

  1. Joy S says:

    Yeast infections in guys or gals are difficult to get rid of. People can get yeast in any dark moist area of the body. Women are more prone, but men have plenty of dark moist areas! Over the counter meds work just fine. E. G. Miconozole, Monostat… The key is to stick with treatment every single day for 2 full weeks. Like antibiotics, you have to complete the full treatment. Another thing that helps is to stop eating all sugar. Sugar feeds yeast. If you are taking an antibiotic that can make the yeast worse because the antibiotic kills off all the bacteria; even the good ones that eat yeast. To restore your body’s balance, eat yogurt with live bacteria.
    What do you mean that your blood tests all came back negative? Negative for yeast? Negative for sugar diabetes? You should be checked for diabetes. It is a common factor in recalcitrant yeast infections.

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