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I recently had a yeast infection and I had sexual inercourse with my boyfriend, now he has some sort of rash or something on his penis. Is this normal and if so what should he do?
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Your partner should head to his health provider and get this checked. It could be something related to your infection (either he picked up an infection as well or has some irritation from coming into contact with you while you had an infection) or it could be something else. Either way, hold off on sexual activity/contact until he can get checked.

For future reference, anytime you have an infection of any sort like that, you don't want to have intercourse (or other sexual activity involving contact with that area) until you have treated the infection and it has fully gone away.

Sarah Liz

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