STD FAQ

What is the causative microorganism of a Vaginal Yeast Infection?

Causative Microorganisms


A vaginal yeast infection is yet another odd or distinctive STD from the pool of common STD infections found in the population. A vaginal yeast infection is also known as vaginal candidiasis and is caused by the Candida fungal species.


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