A 28-year-old female asked:
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good day, i have a problem i have a ichy, burning vigina that is always dry and have a white thick discharge what can i use?

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Dr. Donald Colantino
61 years experience Internal Medicine
Yeast : These symptoms are characteristic of a vaginal yeast infection. You could try a vaginal antiyeast vaginal cream or suppositories recommended by your pharmacist. Consulting your gynecologist would be best. Yeast infections can be transmitted back and forth between sexual partners so both need treatment in that case.
Answered on Apr 15, 2020
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Dr. Feizel Jassat
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ITCHY VAGINA: YOUNG LADY WITH THESE SYMPTOMS IS MOST LIKELY TO BE A VAGINAL THRUSH ( YEAST INFECTION ) TREATMENT IS SIMPLE, BUT NEED PRESCRIBED MEDICATION. OPTIONS ARE 1) VAGINAL CREAM 2) ORAL MEDICATION WHICH WOULD BE FOR A DAY, AND YOUR PARTNER , IF YOU HAVE , NEEDS TREATMENT. ALWAYS DRY VAGINA MUST BE ASSESSED BY YOUR DOCTOR, REASON COULD BE OTHER MEDICATION INCLUDING THE CONTRACEPTIVE PILL, ASTHMA MEDS,
Answered on Apr 21, 2020

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