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Candida Albicans

Candida albicans is an opportunistic pathogenic yeast that's a standard member of the human gut flora. It can also survive outside the human body. It is detected within the alimentary canal and mouth in 40–60% of healthy adults. Candida species are a neighborhood of the natural microflora of the alimentary canal , skin, and vagina, and do not cause disease. Some circumstances, like taking an extended course of antibiotics or having a weakened system can increase your risk of developing a Candida infection. Candida albicans may be a species of yeast — a single-celled fungus — that's a traditional a part of the microbes that sleep in your alimentary canal . Small amounts of the yeast also sleep in various warm, moist areas throughout the body, including the mouth, rectum, vagina, and parts of your skin.

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