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Burning On Vulva
Vulvovaginitis (horrible redness, burning of vulva and anal area) treated for 4 types of bacteria (dna test), seen 6 dr's in 3 months. Any advice?
Test for diabetes?: While i certainly don't know the specifics of your situation, I have seen patients with severe vulvovaginitis due to yeast (not bacteria) where their underlying risk was actually diabetes. Because it's easy to test (blood test), you might want to see if this has been done. Good luck; sounds miserable. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
Had itching and burning in vulva & vagina. Took diflucan (fluconazole) 3 times. Tests for STDs and other cultures negative. No itching but still have burning. ?????
Follow up with docto: Can still be yeast. Some yeast is resistant to Diflucan (fluconazole). May need other treatment. Bacteria is possible. If all infectious sources ruled out, consider skin conditions which can be evaluated by dermatologist. Use mild detergents and soaps. Try topical emu oil. If none of above then consider nerve disorders or vulvodynia ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can I have a yeast infection with just burning on vulva and white discharge? No itching on the vulva or in the vagina.
Symptoms tingling and burning in vulva and cliterous all day - slight irritation after urination and slight throbbing - not UTI urine test normal?
Had UTI, took Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) and 1 diflucan pill to take after. 2 weeks later have a lot of burning in vulva and itchiness. Is this a yeast infection?
UTI treatment: Frequently Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) will successfully treat the bug causing your UTI. But sometimes not. I would get a mid-stream collection of your urine at the lab and send it for a culture and sensitivity. That test will what antibiotics will kill the bug. Your doc can check to see if you have a yeast infection. I counsel women to eat yogurt with live cultures when I prescribe an antibiotic. ...Read more
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What types of bacteria besides the typical garderella cause vulvovaginitis? Burning, redness of vulva skin?
Let me help: The most common types of vulvovaginitis are genital candidiasis (also called yeast infection), trichomoniasis, and nonspecific vaginitis (also called haemophilus vaginalis vaginitis, bacterial vaginitis or gardnerella vaginalis vaginitis). Some types of vulvovaginitis are more rare than others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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