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LINDA ALLEN: Urogenital Candidiasis In Women Is Very Common
YEAST INFECTION NO MORE PROGRAM Review - LINDA ALLEN:
Urogenital candidiasis in women is very common and is usually associated with decreased immunity (for example, continuous hormonal contraceptives for the treatment of glucocorticoid hormones, colds, stress), uncontrolled long antibiotic treatment (in this case develops intestinal candidiasis, and infectious agents come from the intestines to urogenital organs).
There may be other causes of urogenital candidiasis. The girls and elderly women urogenital candidiasis is often the result of external (exogenous) infection from others.
Urogenital candidiasis manifested in the form of burning, pain and itching in the genital area, which increases especially at night. Defeat of the urethra appears as a painful and frequent urination. On examination, the woman revealed redness and swelling of the mucous membranes of the genitals.
Characteristic features of candidiasis are also white cheesy raids, which are easily removed from the mucosa. Later raids expand and tightly attached to the mucosa. When you try to remove them from painful erosions and ulcers, it also appears cheesy discharge from the genital tract.
Urogenital candidiasis in women requires the appointment of adequate treatment, as almost always associated with impaired immunity. Urogenital candidiasis develops in men is much less (according to some studies in ten times) than in women.
Candida species are also natural inhabitants of the male genitalia, without causing disease. The disease can begin with a sharp decrease of immunity, there intestinal candidiasis (e.g., use of antibiotics), as well as the presence of a man any other infection that occurs hidden and does not manifest itself (eg, gonorrhea, chlamydia), but contributes penetration of Candida mucosal urinary organs.
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