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Yeast infection. Is it normal among women?

I ve had them when I was examined for a yeast infection and annual exam. Probably had them before that. It doesn t hurt or burn when I pee. I could feel these very small bumps right above the urethra and when looking at the mirror I can see them. They re not big. I was told it s normal to have them. I m just curious if this is normal in woman. I don t know how to describe when looking at them. Slight red and clear. Counted about 4. Broken capillaries?
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

Yeast infections are common in both men and women. Yeast breeds in moist surroundings and thus is common around the genitals. For this reason it is important to keep pur privates clean and dry.

Do dot worry about this and speak to your doctor about the initiation of anti-fungal medication after an elaborate evaluation.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jul 2014
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