Candida can be transmitted between people by direct contact, and so can actually be a sexually-transmitted disease. Yeast can live in your underwear, so be sure to wash it well, particularly during and after a yeast infection. Some people say that cutting down on yeast-containing foods helps lessen the intensity or frequency of vaginal yeast infections. I can't see how this could happen in a healthy person, but if you think it's a problem for you, cut down on your sugar and alcohol intake. If at all possible, don't sleep in underwear; if you do, put on clean stuff.
Similarly, many people believe that high levels of sugar in your diet can contribute to yeast infections, presumably by elevating sugar levels in your urine, giving the yeast more food. With treatment, your yeast infection should clear within a week. This is almost always due to too much friction with not enough lubrication. While facial yeast infections can be….
Use a shower head or pour warm water from a container. Your absolutely best bet is to wear a skirt with no underwear or tights, and definitely avoid pantyhose. Firstif you have recurring yeast infections, you can figure out what's causing them and then work to prevent them, rather than just working to kill the yeast every time they take over.