Inflammation or irritation on the vaginal area causes vaginal order. This inflammation can be the
main reason for infection around the vagina or in vagina. Bacterial vaginosis is the main cause for
vaginal fishy odor which is the main common infection. Sometime, a vaginal yeast infection or yeast
infection, by mistaken may be taken as urinary tract infection, although there is difference in symptoms
between the two. The difference of urinary tract infection and yeast infection can be found out by
studying the two different terms of burning sensation .
In case of urinary tract infection the burning sensation can be felt while passing urine down the
urethra when the urine is on the way out, while in the case of yeast infection the burning sensation
occur while the acidic urine comes and hit the infected area of skin of vulva. Incase if one still have
the doubt then she is strictly advised to see a doctor.
The yeast infection from the female partners do normally passed on to their male partners and men
are susceptible to yeast infection although it is quite unusual in case of men. So, if one of the
sexual partners exposes to yeast infection it advisable for the partners to refrain from unprotected
sex unless and until both partners sough treatment.
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