Candida Yeast Infection Symptoms Explained

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A Candida yeast infection can display the following symptoms:

arthritis
autism
chronic hives
fatigue
digestive disorders
muscle pain
short attention span
headaches
memory loss
vaginitis
skin problems
impotence
hyperactivity
depression
hypoglycemia
menstrual problems
urinary disorders
respiratory problems
food and environmental allergies
learning difficulties

Candida infections have signs and symptoms that vary depending on the location of the infection. This infection is very common to women. Its signs and symptoms consist of a white discharge that is itchy and irritating to the vagina. It can affect the surrounding outer tissues of the anus where a moist patch appears on the contiguous skin of the anus. Candida yeast infections also cause pain during sexual intercourse and a burning sensation during urination.

Candida infections in infants and adults may become visible in different ways; oral Candidiasis (or thrush) is exhibited by thick, white patches on top of a red base and may appear on any area inside the mouth....

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