Looking at pictures of ainfection is not particularly pleasant but if you are not sure whether the bumps, sores and are a candida overgrowth problem, then have a search online to compare what you have to those pictures. Here is a review of what photos you may come across and whether they can help you self diagnose or not.
Pictures of a Vaginal InfectionAt least half ofare faced with this problem during their lives and symptoms vary from case to case. The common ones that mean there is excessive in the vagina are discomfort, burning, an odor and itching. Those are the symptoms you cannot see when looking at a picture. If you were to find a picture you should see swelling of the vulva, redness and a that looks thick yet watery, not unlike cottage cheese.
Pictures of Male Candida InfectionMen are not as affected by penile yeast infections asare affected by vaginal ones. However those that are unlucky will tell you it is pretty painful and uncomfortable to have. Symptoms that can not be seen include irritation, itchiness around the head and foreskin and soreness. On pictures you would see redness, blisters and bumps. The blisters would be at the tip of the head and would be a red or color. Severe cases of penile yeast infection could also develop scabs from bleeding.
Pictures of an Oral Yeast InfectionOral candidiasis is also known more commonly as Thrush and affects the mouth area sometimes going deeper to the throat. This has symptoms such as creamysores in the mouth or even lesions. They are on your inner cheeks or the tongue. On men they can also be found on the tonsils and the roof of the mouth. Pictures will show a cottage cheese like film over those lesions and bumps. There will also be peeling red patches and in severe cases it may have reached the esophagus though that would not show on a picture.