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Is Chalymdia and a yeast infection the same thing, or can a yeast infection be transmitted to a guy during intercourse? Does it turn into Chalymdia if that guy then has intercourse with a different girl?

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No, they are two different things. Chlamydia is a STD caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis, which can cause scarring in the female reproductive organs resulting in infertility. Chlamydia can be transmitted vaginally, anally or orally, and can be passed from the infected mother to the newborn during vaginal delivery. Chlamydia is treated with antibiotics. Yeast, on the other hand, is a STD caused by the fungus Candida albican. Superficial infections include oral thrush and vaginitis. Yeast is treated with antifungal drugs.
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So a yeast infection can be turned into an STD
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Yes Clamedia and yeast infections are very similar. They are both STD virus infections that can be transmitted orally, anally, or vaginally. Yeast is an overgrowth of candida bacteria. If an infected person transmits yeast infection, then it can then be transmitted back resulting in Clamedia or Herpes. You should have no sexual contact when a yeast infection is detected.
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How exactly do you recive the human papalona virus from a yeast infection ???? I dont think your info is correct!
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