Well, yes, yeast infection bleeding can be a common thing to experience.
Let me explain…
One thing that people often notice with a yeast infection is small white patches. This is most common in cases of thrush (a yeast infection in your mouth or throat). These spots are very sensitive and if they are irritated by food that you are eating or any other object such as a toothbrush, they may bleed.
Don’t worry too much about this type of yeast infection bleeding. It usually isn’t something to concern yourself with. Try to make sure that you eat softer foods that won’t irritate the area and treat the yeast infection normally.
Another possible cause of yeast infection bleeding is from a vaginal infection. In these cases, the blood is usually coming from the labia. Not necessarily as a result of the yeast infection though. Usually this is from skin that is irritated from excessive wiping or cleaning due to the itching of the yeast infection.
Bleeding of this kind isn’t something to worry about either. Simply try to leave the affected area alone so that the skin can heal, and focus on other common remedies for yeast infections.
It is also possible that vaginal yeast infection bleeding can be caused by an advanced infection. In these circumstances, the tissue has become so inflamed and irritated that it has begun bleeding.
In these cases, you probably won’t be able to find relief in simple over-the-counter treatments. You’ll need to seek out a natural or holistic way to restore the balance of “good bacteria” in your body that will help keep the Candida Albicans fungus in check
You can also experience yeast infection bleeding from a skin infection if the skin is scratched too much or irritated in some other way. You’ll definitely want to keep an eye on this as well, since an open wound could lead to other complication.
It is important to note that most cases of yeast infection bleeding are not serious and are not a direct result of the infection itself. Rather, they result from irritated tissue that is either scratched or cleaned too much due to the other symptoms of an infection.
In some severe cases, though, your body tissues can become so inflamed and irritated that they begin bleeding. When this happens, you’ll need to seek out more powerful and long-term treatments for yeast infections, since the simple stuff you get at the drug store will probably not be as effective.
However, you should take care to seek a doctor’s advice since bleeding may be caused by something else potentially more serious.