Male Yeast Infection and Diabetes
Male yeast infections happen in diabetes sometimes frequently.
just as it does in women. Men can contract the well-known yeast problem of candida beginning in their stomach area.
An overgrowth of candida, or else the development of candidasis is what begins the infections. There can be oral thrush, many skin rashes and infections such as athlete's foot, are all part of candida-related infections taking place.
This means that genital related infections are mostly candida as well.
Men can also suffer from a penile yeast infections, especially diabetic men. This common infection that affects the genitalia of males, is related to many factors. The main factors are sexual transmission, some antibiotics and diabetes.
When men have unprotected sex with a partner who is having the same type of infection yeast related, this naturally will bring on the germs, transmitting candida easily.
Antibiotics are not too frequently the cause of yeast penile infections. But it has still been known to occur according to studies I've read. Antibiotics are candida friendly a lot of times, as they destroy all the good as well as bad bacterias in the body.
Men have to look out for the following symptoms if they are having a male yeast infection which are:
Irritation of the genitalia
Soreness of the genitalia
Itchiness which is intense in the genitalia
There may be a discharge and bumps developing around the genitalia area.
Men should call their doctors to find out for sure if they are suffering from a male related yeast infection. These symptoms could also be part of another illness, so a check-up is definitely needed.
Doctors will usually prescribe creams for the infections as they would for a woman. It is important to follow through on what your healthcare team advises for treatment, and prevention in the future as well.