Male Yeast Infection
What it is: An unwanted pathogen (yeast; though other pathogens can also contribute to a male genital infection) causing problems in the penile area.
How to get rid of it: Kill the pathogen.
How to treat the symptoms: Reduce inflammation and/or stop secondary infections.
The best and safest option for killing pathogens, reducing inflammation, and stopping secondary infections is to use Guardian™ Silver Sol. Silver sol is a new technology that has been lab tested to kill pathogens and reduce inflammation. It can be taken orally and applied topically. It is also completely safe.
For detailed information about Guardian Silver (including comments by the former surgeon general of the US Air Force), this video provides the detailed information that will help you take control of your health:
How common is a male yeast infection? Can I have a yeast infection without experiencing symptoms? Can my partner “catch” a yeast infection from me? What’s the best home remedy for a male yeast infection?
Male Yeast Infection – Can a Man get a Genital Yeast Infection?
While male yeast infections are much less common than vaginal yeast infections, it is possible for men to contract penile candidiasis. A genital yeast infection, whether male or female, is the result of an overproduction of fungus in the genital area. If left untreated, yeast infections can become systemic—affecting your general health. At this point, they can also be more difficult to effectively treat and cure.
Symptoms of a male yeast infection can include redness, itching or burning on and around the penis head, dry cracked skin, a rash and white discharge (not always). Some men also experience constipation or digestive problems, low energy levels and sexual dysfunction. It is not uncommon, however, for a man to exhibit no physical symptoms in a mild case. See your doctor for confirmation of a male yeast infection.
Treatment for Male Yeast Infections – A Discreet, Effective Remedy
Recommended treatment for male yeast infection can include the same over-the-counter antifungal medications prescribed to women. If you prefer, however, to try a natural home remedy that is safe and effective, you’ve come to the right place. Guardian Silver Sol, taken orally and externally, can provide quick and lasting relief.
How to Use Guardian Silver Sol
If you have a male yeast infection, you will want to refrain from sexual activity until all symptoms have cleared up, in order to avoid passing the condition back and forth with your partner.
Take 2 tsp of Guardian in the morning and 2 tsp at night. In addition, you can spray the affected area several times a day with silver sol to relieve discomfort and promote healing.
Technical term: penile candidiasis
- overuse of antibiotics (can disrupt the healthy balance of protective bacteria and yeast)
- stress / lack of sleep
- suppressed immune system
- unprotected sexual intercourse with a partner who has a vaginal yeast infection
Symptoms may include:
- Itching, burning, red patches or rash on penis
- painful erection due to dry, cracked skin
- white discharge (not always)
- sometimes men also experience constipation, digestive problems, irritability, sexual dysfunction and/or prostate problems
- try to reduce stress levels and get plenty of sleep
- eat a healthy balanced diet; reduce intake of refined sugars and foods that contain yeast
- use Guardian Silver Sol as suggested