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Can a 4 year old girl get a yeast infection?


Can a 4 year old girl get a yeast infection?

yes...but it could be transmitted. Not always mind you, not wanting to freak anyone out, but molested children have a much higher occurrence. Have her eat lots of yogurt

um, not sure. see i recently just got one. it happens to every girl at any age. it is called puberty. but since she is four i'm not sure. i guess so, but 4 year olds don't even give discharge. sorry for being pacific, but that is the fact. without even slight discharge, she can't get a yeast infection.

yes a 4 yr old girl can get a yeast infection and it's normal but from a question I read from you earlier, I would bring up the fact that she is much more likely to get infections from molestation. Infection could occur without it.

yes. antibiotics, stress and this time of year is great for running around the yard in a wet swimmingsuit. #1 cause of yeast infection in little girls.

Absolutely! She can have a vaginal yeast infection or a topical yeast infection (on the skin).

Yes she can. Sometimes when they take antibiotics it causes a yeast infection, but they can also catch them from other things.

Yes, she can get a yeast infection as easily as another person can.

Yes, she can like anyone really can. Eat yogart the body had made to much yeast and yogart helps.

yes. Nappy rash is a mild form of thrush. A 4 year olds thrush is not treated internally

even babies can get yeast infections

yes she can at any age a female can get a yeast infection

yes especially if shes been on antibiotics recently

Absolutely. Take her to a Dr. incase it gets really bad.

She can get one at any age.

Yes

yes she can.

indeed she can

yep

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