What are the symptoms of male yeast infections?

May 8th, 2011 by Emily

Question: What are the symptoms of male yeast infections?

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Answer by Jason B
Although male yeast infection isn’t all that common it can happen and in these cases the male yeast infection symptoms are generally the same as vaginal yeast infection symptoms.

There’ll be the same burning sensation when urinating, pain during sexual intercourse, itching of the infected area and in some cases a rash. This rash can either be along the shaft of the penis or on the tip of the penis. Male yeast infection symptoms also include a burning sensation of the infected area, a slight swelling, and maybe even slight discharge.

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One Comment on “What are the symptoms of male yeast infections?”

  1. William A says:

    Candida albicans (yeast infection) is a yeast found on human skin surfaces and mucous membranes, specifically around the areas of the mouth, penis, and rectum. While the presence of this yeast on the human body is absolutely normal, problems can occur when it multiplies and essentially grows out of control.

    Well, the yeast infection is a condition that many females and males are too familiar with. Uncomfortable and irritating, many men and women suffer from this infection in which there is an intense burning and/or itching sensation, accompanied by a whitish or yellowish discharge from the infected area. Furthermore, many men and women will suffer through multiple infections throughout their lifetime.

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