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Question by  Sagebrush (170)

What are symptoms of a yeast infection?


Answer by  patti (29325)

A vaginal yeast infection is characterized by itching, burning, a white/yellow discharge and odor. With thrush, yeast coats the tongue and inside of the mouth with white patches.


Answer by  DrMom (854)

Some yeast infections are symptomless but this is rare. Yeast infections can cause intense itching in the vaginal area, and a discharge which can be thin in consistency and fairly profuse or thick and cottage cheese like. The discharge may be foul smelling.


Answer by  fancbiz (952)

There is constant itching in the vagina which does not go. This can at times extend to the anus area when not tended to in good time and it can be so embarrassing.


Answer by  Elmore (124)

Symptoms of a yeast infection include itching, burning, irritation, and pain. Yeast infection in skin folds include rash, patches that ooze clear fluid, pimples. With vaginal yeast infection burning, redness and white/yellow discharge from the site is prevalent.

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