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Symptoms of Male Yeast Infection:-

Unlike a vaginal yeast infection, a penile yeast infection may not always have symptoms, especially during its progression stages. However, when symptoms start manifesting, they can be extremely discomforting. Some common symptoms of a penile yeast infection are,

1.Burning sensation when passing urine. ...
2.Sores on the foreskin of the genital organ.
3.Irritation and itchiness.
4.White discharge, similar to a vaginal infection.
5.Discomfort during sexual intercourse.
6.Redness and inflammation on top of the penis.
8.Increased desire for sweets.
Men with yeast infections may also experience mood swings and temporary lapse in memory. Furthermore, penile yeast infections can also cause problems with the prostate. Therefore any signs of penile yeast infections should be checked out medically as soon as possible.

Causes of Male Yeast Infections
It is common for a healthy human body to have yeast present in their body. These organisms are part and parcel of the dermal structure and various bacteria in the body keeps these organisms under control. However, any changes to the immune system can result in an overgrowth of yeast. For example, HIV or AIDS patients or patients undergoing chemotherapy may be more likely to develop a yeast infection because of their weakened immune systems. There are several other factors that cause the growth of yeast in the body. Below are some of the key factors that can trigger off a yeast overgrowth, leading to an infection. mother of the bride or groom dresses in gold color

Antibiotic use - Antibiotics are often prescribed by doctors for treating various bacterial infections. Long-term antibiotic use can destroy healthy bacteria, enabling yeast fungi to take over and grow.
Diabetes - Yeast thrives on glucose. This is the reasons why men with diabetes may suffer often with yeast infections. The high glucose content in the urine makes the body an extremely suitable place for yeast to thrive.
Mercury Poisoning - Yeast cells absorb its weight in mercury preventing harm to the body. However, yeast thrives in elevated mercury levels.
Foods - Certain foods can also increase the growth of yeast. The typical American diet is quite susceptible to the overgrowth of yeast. For example, wheat, oats, barley and peanuts, corn and red apples encourage the growth of yeast in the body. Beer too encourages the growth of yeast.


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