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will yeast invection stay for the rest of my life ??

I haven't had sex since I. Last had yeast infection . Now that I have found a new partner it came back which we just had ora sex .. I'm worried that ima have it everytime I'm with my sweet heart and that it will stay in me for the rest of my life while treatting it ... I don't have a smelly discharge or lots of discharge white stuff is more like brown and little bitt of stuff coming out ..I get itchy and it burns .. that's about it .. I dnt want it to get worst .. how can I get ride of it and won't get it when I have orael intersex?
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Hi,

Yeast infections are treatable and will not stay with you for life.  However, you CAN pass them back and forth to your partner via vaginal intercourse.  Did a doctor diagnose you with a yeast infection, and are you being treated with any antibiotics?  If not, I would suggest going to the doctor to know for sure.  If you cannot go to a doctor, Vagisil makes a screening kit that tells if you have a yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis, or something more serious such as an STD.  You could try that.  Good luck to you :)
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Also I know one person I dated had dirty fingernails. Thats how I got mine all the time from him. The man who Ive been with now for over a year I got like one or two when He didnt clean his finger nails. So make sure your partner has clean hands. Also aintboicts love to give you them too.
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