Candida albicans is the prime cause of vaginal yeast infection.
Candida is virtually caused due to sexual intercourse which is
transmitted from partner to the other. Unprotected sex often causes
yeast infection. Candida along with certain other forms of yeast causes
yeast infection which occurs in the vagina, rectum or in the mouth. Yeast
infection might also be caused when a person's immune structure is not
balanced and biased properly.
Besides Candida, cause of yeast infection might also be entitled to antibiotics.
Prolonged use of antibiotics for the purpose of treatment of certain diseases leads
to yeast infection. Improper means of clothing like unclean and tight underwear may
often lead in the formation of yeast infection. Yet another cause of yeast infection is the use of condoms which contains a lubricant
known as nonoxynol-9, which kills the HIV virus. Diet is also a cause of yeast infection.
There is certain yeast containing food which intensifies the frequency of the yeast infection.
Hormones, either natural or artificial also create yeast infection. Women undertaking contraceptive
pills are prone to get the yeast infection. Moreover, certain injury in the vagina or in the vaginal
membrane can to a certain extent cause yeast infection.
Is The Government Considering Legalising Drugs? UK
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Pre - Natal Alcohol Exposure Shapes Sensory Preference, Upping The Odds Of Later Alcohol Use And Abuse
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