Candidiasis of the anusUploader: Eddie 9 days ago Subscribe 2339
Candida Albicans is a normally harmless yeast infection found in the mouth, intestinal tract, and vagina. Superficial skin infection is a common location for this fungal infection. Medications applied through the root canal have also proven to be effective in some cases. Yeast infection sores are uncommon, but they can occur from a yeast rash or other skin condition. If the diagnosis is an anal yeast infection, it can often be cleared up easily with simple treatments. Continue until no longer needed. The itchiness and burning usually go away within a day or two.