Thrush Treatment for Men

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Prices from £9.50

One of our doctors will review your order and prescribe a treatment if suitable. How to Order

If you need thrush treatment for men, our service allows you to get doctor prescribed treatment, delivered to your home with free delivery.

You can find more about thrush treatment for men below. Or create an online account with us, to message one of our doctors for free.

Why choose us?

  1. Your order will be reviewed by a doctor, to make sure it is the right treatment for you
  2. Easy to use service that means you do not have to leave your home
  3. Get free delivery, or collect from any Asda pharmacy
  4. Free aftercare is included with your online account

Male thrush

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What causes male thrush?

Thrush is a yeast infection, which is caused by a fungus known as candida albicans. Men and women can both get thrush and male thrush is less common. Thrush is not an STI, but having sex can increase the risk of getting thrush. This fungus is usually harmless, until it grows and causes symptoms.

The main risk factors for getting male thrush are:

  • taking antibiotics
  • using perfumed soap or body wash
  • having damaged or irritated skin
  • having diabetes that is poorly controlled
  • having a weakened immune system

Symptoms of thrush

For men, the most common symptoms of thrush are:

  • white discharge under the foreskin, often referred to looking like cottage cheese
  • an unpleasant smell
  • burning, redness, and irritation under the foreskin and around the head of the penis
  • difficulty or pain when pulling back the foreskin

If you get thrush on another area of the skin, the skin may be itchy, red, or painful. Thrush looks like a rash and may have yellow or white discharge. This rash is harder to spot on darker skin. Male thrush can sometimes have no symptoms at all.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Kathryn Basford

Dr Kathryn Basford is a qualified GP who works as a GP in London, as well as with ZAVA. She graduated from the University of Manchester and completed her GP training through Whipps Cross Hospital in London.

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Article created: 31 Aug 2021

Last reviewed: 31 Aug 2021

Thrush Treatment for Men

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