Candidiasis (also called fungus, a yeast infection or moniliasis) is the most common type of vaginal infection. It is caused by the yeast organism, Candida.
Candidiasis is often hard to get rid of and recurrences are common. Many women with this infection do not notice a discharge, but if present, it is usually described as an odorless, white and "cheesy" discharge.
Candidiasis is caused by a fungus-like yeast. Although it can affect any woman, candidiasis is more frequent among women who are...
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