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A 46-year-old member asked:

Can a yeast infection cause cuts on your vagina?

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Dr. Ajay Acharya
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38 years experience
No: It will cause inflammation and increase possibility.

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Does having a yeast infection cause your vagina to be sensitive?

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How do i treat vagina yeast infection?

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Initially OTCproduct: Initially, you can try an over the counter product like Monistat, however, it may not work. The best approach is to confirm the infection in a GYN MD's office and seek a prescription product which will have more efficacy.
Last updated Sep 29, 2016

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