Yeast infection symptoms vary from person to person but there are some symptoms that most everyone seems to get.
These are itching, burning, redness, soreness and general discomfort. Women are more prone to get vaginal yeast infections that come with a cheesy discharge. Men don’t always get that discharge and sometimes they can mistake a yeast infection for some type of STD.
While a yeast infection is not considered an STD, it can be transmitted during intercourse. If your sexual partner is exhibiting any signs of yeast infection symptoms, you may want to skip the intercourse or at least use some sort of condom. Men don’t always get yeast infection when their partner has one, but it’s very likely that you could.