Having sex when you have a vaginal infection or vaginal inflammation may be uncomfortable and might make your symptoms worse. If the source of your infection is from a sexually transmitted infection, you may also transmit the infection to your partner. If you have chronic yeast infections (candidiasis), confirmed by a doctor, you may have sex, without concern for worsening symptoms, as long as you're comfortable.
The most common causes of vaginal infection are:
Yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis aren't sexually transmitted infections, but having nRead the whole article
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