Can candida cause flesh like bumps that looks like a cut?

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So, does yeast infection cause flesh like bumps but it's more like a cut to me, and no its not herpes and no its not condyloma cause I have only one sexual parter for almost a year now and I know his sexual history. So, I've been having a lot of discharge lately and I noticed a cut like thing on my vagina. I was wondering could it be from yeast ifection? I would post a picture to show you how does it look like but I'm not sure how.

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    Hi Milica have you been to doctor yet and confirm it is yeast infection? Do you experience itchy and soreness down there ? what colour is the discharge ? These could help to identified ur situation. As if you have yeast infection that is because your immune system is low and cause bacteria infection so do drink a lot of water to flush out the bad in your system and take some vitamin c . Hope all this help. 

    Hui

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      Well my mom's a doctor so she said it was a small small yeast infection so I've been drinking a lot of water and vitamines and yogurt so it's all fine now. There was no sorness, little bit itchy, but not anymore. And yeah I do have a very low immune system, and i wasnt taking enough vitamines for the past time so i guess that was that. Thank you for your advices tho! 💞

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    you are very welcome.
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    An anti-fungal medicine like Fugacil can help a yeast infection. You should also keep your immune system strong to fight against yeast and fungus candida. Consume yogurt, eat fruits and vegetables, and avoid stress.
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