Health Tip: Recognizing a Yeast Infection
-- A vaginal yeast infection is a fungal problem that causes irritation, discharge and itchiness, says Mayo Clinic.
About 75 percent of women experience a yeast infection at some point, the clinic says.
Common signs of a yeast infection include:
- Itching, irritation, pain and soreness.
- A burning sensation during intercourse or urination.
- Thick, white, odor-free discharge or watery discharge.
- Redness and swelling.
If you have a yeast infection, see a doctor.
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Posted: June 2019
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