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I think I have vaginitis, my last exam i was prescribed oral meds, but had an allergic reaction so didn't finish. Can some1 else prescribe something?
Vaginal inserts: There are antibiotics that come as vaginal inserts. Depending on what infection you have, it's possible that can be prescribed instead. ...Read more
Diagnosed w/vaginitis 6 months ago, stopped oral meds, allergic reaction, itching unbearable, what can I do right now for it? Can carenow give pres?
See a physician: You don't mention what medications you had used and when you stopped them. Vaginitis usually responds to medications fairly rapidly. Until you see a physician who knows you, take cold or tepid showers, use anti-itch lotion such as sarna with pramoxine, otc fexofenadine 180mg ot cetirizne 10mg and make an early appoitment with your physician. ...Read more
Infection & other: Vagin"itis" means inflammation of the vagina; the symptoms often include abnormal discharge and irritation. It can be caused by organisms either not present there normally or present in only small numbers (yeast, trichomonas, some bacterial types). Lack of estrogen after menopause and certain autoimmune disorders can also cause a similar problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Discharge/irritation: A vaginitis (vaginal inflammation) can, most commonly, be caused by bacteria, yeast or an organism called trichomonas. The most common symptoms are itching, burning and/or irritation, with or without a discharge and/or an odor that is unpleasent or abnormal for the patient.. Post menopausal patients may develop an atrophic vaginitis from a lack of estrogen.. ...Read more