The symptoms of a male yeast infection include itching, burning and a red rash at the end of the penis, reports WebMD. Treat the rash by applying the medication twice daily for a week. If the treatment fails to clear the rash or the rash reoccurs, see a doctor. If a man and his sexual partner both have a yeast infection, WebMD recommends both receive treatment to prevent reinfecting each other. Until all the symptoms of the infection are clear, abstain from sexual relationships.
Lifestyle changes can help to prevent yeast infections. A balanced diet and proper sleep are helpful. Tight-fitting clothes and underwear made of materials other than cotton increase the chances of an infection, notes Brown University Health Services.
While yeast infections are more common in women, anyone can suffer from an infection, explains WebMD. Sexual transmission of the disease is uncommon. However, a man���s chances of developing a yeast infection increase with diabetes or the prolonged use of antibiotics. Uncircumcised men are more likely to develop a yeast infection than circumcised men.Learn more about Conditions & Diseases