Candida Diet

Yeast Overgrowth in Men

We often speak about localized and systemic yeast problems in women and indeed women are much more susceptible to these issues. This does not mean however that men are immune to yeast overgrowth. In fact 1 in 5 men are projected to have a yeast problem at any given time. This is often overlooked because many men are asymptomatic and don’t always show external signs of candida overgrowth.

The obvious signs of yeast issues in men would include athlete’s foot, jock itch, rashes especially in the groin area, anal itching, and overall fatigue. It is also possible that a man can have no outward signs of yeast issues and still be able to transmit a yeast infection to his sexual partner. When we first started using oxygen for candida overgrowth we found that many of the people that we helped came back after a few months with another yeast issue. Once we also treated the male partner this problem was virtually eliminated.

If you are a male and are having regular sexual relations with a female who has or has had a localized vaginal yeast infection it is very likely that you too now have the same basic problem even though your symptoms may be very different or non-existent. If you suspect that this is the case you would be wise to address the potential problem and consider taking our Liquid Daily Oxy Aloe Supplement. If your female partner is doing this program for her yeast issues you should consider doing so as well to prevent transmitting the problem back and forth.

You can learn more about our program by watching the video Candida and Yeast Infections in men and women. Check back soon for information on Treatment for Candida and Yeast in Men.

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  1. dr Whiting

    We have observed this problem hundreds of times and the only way to really stop it is to treat both partners at once so that we are not having to redo the process again and again.

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