A particular kind of fungal illness is a vaginal yeast infection. Candida, a type of yeast found in your body, is what causes genital yeast infections. There are no issues when the yeast in your body is balanced. However, if the yeast is out of equilibrium, it grows quickly and can cause a yeast infection. A yeast infection alters your vaginal secretion and causes burning, itching, and redness in the vulva. A yeast problem can affect anyone. Before menopause and following adolescence, they are most prevalent. Our healthcare provider advises testing to determine whether you have a vaginal yeast infection in order to identify the infection. They might request a blood test for diabetes, an HIV/AIDS test, a discussion of any potential endocrine changes, etc. Your test findings will be used by your doctor to determine the best course of treatment for you. While treating your infection, it may be essential to address the underlying cause as well.