yeast infection symtoms(symptoms) & Swollen groin lymph nodes
Tags: yeast infection, swollen groin lymph nodes
Not yet been to the doctor, but I believe I have a yeast infection. I also have swollen/soar lymph nodes in my groin. I do not even for a second believe it is an STD at all. I have been married for over 6 years and both I and my husband are faithful to eachother. Also maybe related or not, almost 2 wks ago we visited S.F. and walked the entire city for 2 days and I danced hard in 6" platforms for 4 hours non-stop...needless to say my knees have been soar and swollen for almost a week and a half afterwards. Haven't been able to bend them back w/ out soarness. Could the groin selling be from the knee stress from the over exercise or can a yeast infection cause the groin lymphs to swell?
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