Yeast Infection Information

Posted by yeastinfectionpictures Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Did you know that yeast infections are mostly caused by an organism called Candida albicans or Candidiasis and there is no direct evidence that it is passed through sexual intercourse?

Almost half of all sexually active people, and almost 1/3 of pregnant women tested had Candida albicans which potentialy mean that sexual activity itself may contribute to the growth of Candida albicans.

There are certain types of yeast may be present in harmless amounts in the:

* bowels
* digestive tract
* mouth
* skin
* vagina

Under certain conditions, an overgrowth of yeast can occur.

Other yeast or fungal infections are:

* Balanitis
* Intertrigo
* Moniliasis
* Thrush
* Vulva-vaginal candidiasis

Yeast infections or fungal growths usually develop in a moist environment, such as:

* finger and toe nails
* folds of skin
* genitals
* webs of fingers and toes

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  6. When cleaning up an outbreak, ensure that the problem area(s) are sealed off from the rest of the house. Use plastic sheeting to block any spores from becoming airborne and moving to new locations.

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  8. Household dirt and dirt from outside can be easily removed by sweeping, vacuuming and the occasional wipe with a slightly damp cloth. It is recommended to add a laminate cleaning agent to the water and these are available from the manufacturers in retail outlets.


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