Melbourne,Victoria, July 11, 2012 The general consensus among people if asked is that mostly women are subjected to yeast infections also known as Candida or Thrush. The unspoken truth is that while it does affect 3 out of 4 women, men especially those with compromised immune systems such as those suffering from HIV are susceptible to contracting yeast infections. Also unspoken is the idea of helping male sufferers recognize their symptoms and point them in the direction of relief, however, Darren Boyd and his new website, Yeast-Infection-In-Men.com, aims to change all that and help men suffering in silence everywhere.
Treatment of a yeast infection in men
often lies in early detection, since the condition can be mistaken for other more serious conditions and infections. To be effective and maintain an environment where the condition has no chance of re-infecting an individual, education of the symptoms and dietary requirements necessary to maintain a candida free environment is imperative.
The difference in anatomy is what allows women to detect a yeast infection quicker than a male victim. Often a male will only discover they have a yeast infection after they are diagnosed with other medical problems. They could also be susceptible to the infection via sexual transmission if their partner has the infection or they can pass it to their partner.
I've had my fair share of health problems in my life, says site owner Darren Boyd, but nothing that has ever prevented me from living a healthy and fun-filled life. I decided to post some articles on a topic that's seen as taboo by most guys. I've already personally had a couple of bouts with yeast infection over the last few years, so I now know what to look for and how to treat it quickly without disrupting my social life!
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