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my viginal are has been ichy and it burns when i urinate. are these sypmtoms of stis? if so what treatment shud i buy? i am 20 startedfeeling this two days agao

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Dr. Mary Engrav
Dr. Mary Engrav answered
Emergency Medicine 31 years experience
You : You need to be seen by a healthcare provider and have cultures taken. It could be symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection but there are other infections that it could be as well. The only way to tell for sure is to be examined and have cultures taken. It is important to have a diagnosis as infections can lead to scarring in the fallopian tubes. If your doctor can't see you immediately or you have pain, fever, or vomiting then you need to go to the er.
Dr. Jaiprakash Thakor Jairam
Specializes in Healthcare Professional
Itchy vagina: You most likely have a vaginal yeast infection.Speak to your pharmacist or see your see your PHCP>
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology 49 years experience
Agree with Dr. E.: If you are sexually active, it could be a sexually transmitted infection and you ought to see a doctor for an evaluation. If you do not have access to a doctor, you may visit the Planned Parenthood Clinic in your town. Get HPV vaccine.

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