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    What are the signs or symptoms of thrush?

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  • Women's Health Queensland Wide provides free health information for Queensland women. View Profile

    Approximately 10-20% of women with vaginal thrush do not have any symptoms. If present, symptoms are often worst in the week before menstraution. Symptoms can include:

    • A thick white or creamy vaginal discharge (may be cottage-chesse lik in appearance)
    • Itchiness and redness in adn aroudn the vagina
    • Discomfort and/or pain during sexual intercourse
    • Burning on urination.
    For more information see our Thrush and other vaginal infections fact sheet at or call the Health Inforamtion Line on 3839 9988 or 1800 017 676 (Qld only).

    Please note that all health information provided by Women’s Health Queensland Wide is subject to this disclaimer.

  • Maria Nguyen

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    The most common symptoms of yeast infection are:
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    - Vaginal Burning
    - Urinary infections
    - Anal Itching
    - Depression
    - PMS
    - Skin rashes and etc. 
    But not every woman has the same symptoms or any symptoms at all. 

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