Staphylococcus aureus is a Gram positive bacteria usually found on the skin and nose of healthy individuals. Staph infection can spread from person to person through contamination by infected person or object or by inhalation of infected droplets through coughing and sneezing. Staph on the skin can cause infection and penetrates into the blood stream or other organs in the body through open untreated wound.
A healthy vaginal usually contains bacterial called Lactobacillus which keep the yeast cells in a balance proportion. However imbalances in the microbial flora of the vaginal often lead to yeast overgrowth in the vaginal characterized by itching and abnormal vaginal discharge.