Candida Question #63 Protection & Yeast Infections?

Well, I think it’s probably a wise idea. If you do want to have sex and you have a yeast infection, you need to keep in mind that you could shift your yeast infection from one person to another. And also a good idea would be for you to keep yourself clean down there. If you’re female, regular douching.

You can read all about that in Chapter 5 of my book, Candida Crusher. There’s extensive information on many different protocols for cleansing the vaginal area. In Chapter 4, a quick start guide for males, you can read a lot of information on males on how to keep your area clean and get on top of it.

With a bit of regular care and cleansing, you’ll be able to get rid of this infection and then not have to worry about passing it on any more. Use some precautions and cleansing before sex and after sex is a very good idea. So give that a go.

Candida Question #62 My Boyfriend Has Yeast Infection, Does He Need To Be Treated?

Well, it depends on what you really call treatment, but I certainly would make sure that you both observe good hygiene with sex. It’s a clever idea to do that. So after sex, for example, particularly if he’s uncircumcised, make sure that he roles the skin of the penis back and observes very good hygiene.

Usually with good hygiene it’s not usually a problem. Try some coconut oil for lubrication, which is quite a good idea if you have a vaginal yeast infection and observe good hygiene. That way it will be easier all around. Tea tree oil products are often quite good to wash after sex, so go to the toilet, douching is also quite good for yourself and using water solable tea tree oil as a douche is a clever idea because it’s going to help to get on top of your yeast infection and help you to stop spreading it to your boyfriend and then him back to you again.

So I certainly would recommend that approach. Tea tree oil products and coconut oil are two good ways for you to reduce what I call pass the parcel and moving it back and forth from one partner to another.

Candida Question #60 Yeast Infection And Several Sexual Partners Connected?

It very much can. When I practiced in Australia a few years ago, I worked in a clinic with a doctor who had a practice involving sexual health. And I certainly did see many patients, lesbian patients, gay patients, straight patients, all sorts of patients. And I certainly noticed that many people in sexually active relationships, particularly with multiple partners, could easily pick up yeast infections. Not just yeast infections, but Herpes as well, and other conditions like this.

So it certainly can occur and if you’re a sexually active person and you do have multiple partners, then my advice would be to be very careful, get regularly checked out, and use appropriate precautions and hygiene because it would be easy for you to pick up, not just a Candida yeast infection genital wise, but many other potential infections as well.

So you need to be quite cautious here and certainly take that into account. So it can be related to having several sexual partners.