When a yeast infection is brought under control inside the body do external symptoms (rash) also subside?

June 25th, 2012 by Emily
yeast rashes
by Fergal of Claddagh

Question: When a yeast infection is brought under control inside the body do external symptoms (rash) also subside?
Or can one get an external yeast rash and NOT have an internal overgrowth in the digestive system?

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One can get an external yeast rash and NOT have an internal overgrowth in the digestive system. External yeast overgrowth is common given the right conditions. To have overgrowth in the digestive system takes suppression of the immune system.

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