whats the difference between a yeast infection and gonnorhea?

May 23rd, 2013 by Emily

Question: whats the difference between a yeast infection and gonnorhea?
and what are the symptoms of each
and how could i find out if i had either of these??

Best answer:

Answer by Blackcompe
Research it. Two completely different conditions. Gonorrhea diagnosis requires a urine analysis, and yeast infections are visibly noticeable.

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4 Comments on “whats the difference between a yeast infection and gonnorhea?”

  1. xtinabambina says:

    be careful…they can have some of the same symptoms…go to the doctor to be sure…
    gonorrhea-usually green or yellow discharge…painful urination…
    yeast-chunky white discharge…REALLY itchy!!!

  2. josy says:

    one is way worsde

  3. spiderlady632003 says:

    Gonorrhea is a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD), where yeast infection (Candida or Thrush) and is not a STD as such.

    Gonorrhea unfortunately has very few symptoms, but if there is symptoms they can be mistaken as a bladder and other genital infections, these symptoms are similar to Candida, and if left untreated can cause PID’s Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, and cause fertility problems. Pregnant woman who have gonorrhea untreated can cause complications for mother and baby.

    Candida is naturally found in and around the body, a Candida infection and is caused by the over abundance of yeast in the genital area, taking a anti-biotics for an infection can cause an increase of yeast, other things such as diabetes, pregnancy, chemotherapy can also cause a Candida infection.

    Many women get a yeast infection at some time in there life, and some times men will get it in around the old fella (you know what I mean)

    Symptoms of Candida is burning, soreness, pain during intercourse and urinating, discharge and itching.
    Repeated infections may mean an underlying disease or disorder, and needs to be investigated throughly, especially for STD’s.

  4. xakilegnasp says:

    No matter what the answers here are I recommend seeing a doctor. A yeast infection is caused by an overgrowth of the fungus or yeast which lives normally in the vagina. Sometimes when the bacteria in the vagina become out of balance, too many yeast grow and cause an infection. thick, white vaginal discharge that looks like cottage cheese and does not have a bad smell, Burning, redness, and swelling of the vagina and the area around it,pain when urinating and sometimes during sex are some of the symptoms. The signs are very similar to chlamydia and gonorrhea, so gp see a doctor. A yeast infection can be cause by a lot of things like taking antibiotics, pregnancy, sickness, diseases such as poorly-controlled diabetes and HIV infection, steroid medicines, or something little like stress or lack of sleep. gonnorhea on the other hand is a sexually transmitted disease, the symptons are very much the same, but you have to have contact with contact with the penis, vagina, mouth, or anus. If it is not treated it can cause serious and permanent health problems in both women and men.

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