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Each time I have sex with girlfriend she gets a yeast infection, she has the Gardasill shot and I notice Gential (genital) Warts is a fungus, just like a yeast infection. I always make sure I'am clean and she does also, so is it possible I have Gential (genital) warts but her pep mere come up fine because of the Gardasill shot but I leave a fungus behind?
HPV does not cause yeast infections.Genital warts are not a fungus.If u had genital warts u would see them.Ur g-friend needs to take supplements to increase the good yeast in her intestines.....yogurt can do this....and a supplement called Kolorex Advanced Candida Care.
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