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Candidiasis and Its Impacts on Health


Yeast is a type of fungus that can result in infection. This can be found in any area of the body. The most typical form of yeast infection is called candidiasis. Of over 20 species that are present, the most frequently found in the body are the candida albicans.

Infections are brought by a massive number of fungi collected at one area because of favorable conditions. Such conditions are found in areas of the body that are moist and warm. Some of the typical examples are infections underarms, skin rash, diaper rash, vaginal yeast infection, nail bed infections, and tissue infections found in the throat and mouth. Under normal conditions, your skin will block the yeast efficiently, but if there are openings and cuts in the skin, the possibility of organisms getting in those areas will also increase. Normal regions affected in babies are the diaper and the mouth areas.

Vaginal candidiasis is the most frequently found form of vaginitis. In adults, oral yeast infections are prevalent. The most common areas where the infection is located are the skin folds usually in the lower abdomen, and the breast, dentures, and nail beds. Seldom does it happen that candida infection spreads all over the body? Forty-five percent of individuals suffer from systemic candida disease in which the fungus goes into the bloodstream and distributes throughout the body.

Even vaginal and oral yeast infections can result in critical illness and are typically more immune against treatment. Some yeast infections may reappear as a warning of more dangerous diseases such as aids, leukemia, or diabetes

Causes of Candida
Yeast infections are considered to be the second most common type of vaginal burning discharge and itching in women. Studies have demonstrated that yeast exists in the vagina of 20 to 50% of women who are healthy.

Yeasts tend to overgrow especially when there are changes in the environment inside the vagina. Overgrowth of yeast is caused by the use of steroids or antibiotics. Other factors that can trigger yeast infections include sperm, menstruation, pregnancy, diabetes, stress, acidity, candida albicans, and birth control pills. During menopausal period, there usually is the greater risk of yeast infections.

In some cases, the immune system of some individuals weakens because of problems such as the use of steroids, cancer treatment, or diseases such as AIDS or HIV. In these cases, candida infections all over the body develop and can threaten the life of the infected person. The body parts targeted by candida include the brain, blood, heart, eyes, and kidneys. Other parts that also get infected include the spleen, liver, and lungs. People with AIDS often develop an inflammation of the esophagus.

About 15% of individuals with weak immune systems suffer from candida. This is because the weakened immune system enables infections to go through the bloodstream using cuts in the skin. Frequent use of antibiotics may kill the bacteria that combat yeast infection thereby leading to building up of candidal organisms in specific areas.

Symptoms of Candida
The signs and symptoms of candida can vary depending on the location of the infection. To recognize vaginal yeast infection, doctors usually look for a thick white discharge which appears similar to a cottage cheese. The disease usually results in itchiness or irritation in the vagina and surrounding tissues. In some cases, there is pain during sexual intercourse or a burning sensation when urinating.

Candidiasis found in the mouth and throat is called thrush. On the tongue or somewhere else in the mouth, thick white patches, which resemble drain curds, may be found on a red base. It can't be expelled as effectively as milk, yet an attempt of cleaning the tongue with a cotton-tipped applicator may make the rest of the tissue drain. This disease may likewise make the tongue appear red without the white coverage.

 


   
 
 
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