Hi. I am 28 year old female and I don’t have any complaints considering my health what so ever.
I only have one problem- in a past few months I’ve bees suffering from some very frequent urinary infections.
I have also noticed that I have some unusual menstrual cramping that I have never felt before. I’m also experiencing painful intercourse with my boyfriend.
I'm not worried so much but, then again, I would like to find out more about possible cause of my symptoms.
Well, no one could help you accept your gynecologist because there are numerous conditions that can cause your symptoms.
Candidiasis is also the most common mycotic infection, causing a variety of diseases.
They can vary from some usual skin rush to much more serious conditions. Common examples of this are vaginitis; vulvar rash; oral thrush; conjunctivitis; diaper rash; and infections of the nail, rectum, and other skin folds.
It is infections caused by Candida Albicans, but there are also some other fungi from that specie like Candida tropicalis, Candida parapsilosis, Candida guilliermondi, and Torulopsis glabrata.
Antifungal therapy should be started immediately after necessary cultures have been obtained from all suspected sites of infection.