Symptoms of a Yeast Infection

Most of the symptoms associated with yeast infection are not specific for this condition and may signify other urogenital problems, such as STD or bacterial vaginitis, as well. Typical symptoms for vulvovaginal candidiasis include

  • Vaginal burning, itching and discomfort, especially evident around the entrance of the vagina
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  •  Stinging sensation or pain with urination
  • Odorless vaginal discharge, typically white and clumpy, but may also be thin and watery.
  • Signs of vaginal inflammation, such as redness, edema and cracked skin are indicative of a severe candida infection