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Is there any good cream for vaginal infection?

Is there any good cream for vaginal infection?

Vaginal infection: That depends upon the type of vaginal infection. Be more specific and rephrase the question.

Dr. Herman Hammerstead
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Infection (Definition)

Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more


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Will intimate wash or creams help curing vaginal infections?

Will intimate wash or creams help curing vaginal infections?

Wipes/ proper wiping: As well as showering and washing well. The sanitary wipes help also in between. Also proper hygiene in wiping after urinating or after a bm. Never wipe toward ur vagina always the opposite direction 2 avoid any contamination.

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Will triamcinolone acetonide cream help with pain from bacterial vaginal infection?

Will triamcinolone acetonide cream help with pain from bacterial vaginal infection?

Not really: If indeed your pain is due to bacterial vaginal infection, triamcinolone cream will not be very helpful, it can even worsen your situation. You may want to see your doctor or ob/gyn.

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Last two tries at vaginal cream for thrush/vaginitis have burnt the outside 'flaps' and not worked. What can I use to treat burnt skin?

Last two tries at vaginal cream for thrush/vaginitis have burnt the outside 'flaps' and not worked. What can I use to treat burnt skin?

Diflucan (fluconazole): Apply diaper cream such as zinc oxide or A&D ointment to protect skin and see your doctor to get an oral treatment such as Diflucan (fluconazole) 150mg single pill.

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Can a man use vaginal yeast infection cream to treat dry peeling skin of the penis? No stds.

Can a man use vaginal yeast infection cream to treat dry peeling skin of the penis? No stds.

Yeast is Yeast: There is no gender to medicine. Now, did the company try to brand their anti-dungal medicine by calling it a "vaginal' cream. Yes, most likely. If you have a fungal infection then this may very well work for you.

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Itching around vagina but not vulva. No discharge. Red spots on skin. Over the counter anti fungal cream not working. Can it be a yeast infection?

Itching around vagina but not vulva. No discharge. Red spots on skin. Over the counter anti fungal cream not working. Can it be a yeast infection?

Need exam: This may be related to a yeast infection, or many other conditions, including sexually transmitted infections or skin diseases. You should get examined by a health care provider to get a proper diagnosis and treatment plan. You should abstain from intimate, skin-to-skin contact until you have been examined.

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Can a virgin get a vaginal infection?

Can a virgin get a vaginal infection?

Yes: A virgin can get yeast vaginitis especially after a course of antibiotics.

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What are some common vaginal infections?

What are some common vaginal infections?

Vaginitis: The most common vaginal infections are yeast/candidal, bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis (trich) and atrophic vaginitis. An exam and simple testing can tell what is causing a vaginal infection or if it is something else.

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Why do I keep getting vaginal infections?

Change in pH: Many things change the pH of the vagina. This change can inhibit or Prohibit the growth of your body's normal bacteria. Without this normal bacteria, yeast and/or bacterial overgrowths can occur and cause vaginitis. I like probiotics for maintenance, but see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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What causes vaginal infections besides men?

What causes vaginal infections besides men?

Antibiotics: Basically anything that can potentially alter the vaginal flora/environment (e.g. Douching, moisture, diet, weight changes, etc...) can precipitate an infection.

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What to do about reoccurring vaginal infections?

What to do about reoccurring vaginal infections?

C Ur GYN: B evaluated 4 this problem and find out a cause. Some underlying problem may exist. I would b sure u have no std's, also ur partner. Another factor is if approaching or in menopause, the lack of estrogen does inhibit the natural secretions 2 lubricate the vagina. There r vaginal suppositories 2 aid in this that help. Also new his & her's lubricants r great. C ur gyn 1st.

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Why will antibacterials cause vaginal infections?

They can: Antibiotics can increase the risk of yeast infections (candidiasis).

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Can you suggest a medicine for vaginal infection?

Vaginal infection: Women often medicate themselves for suspected yeast infections with over the counter monistat. We see more resistant yeast due to the persistent use of anti fungal agents without a correct diagnosis. Another common cause for a vaginal infection can be bacterial vaginosis, and it has a different treatment. It would be best to see a doctor for a correct diagnosis.

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Is it normal for virgin under 18 to have a vaginal infection?

Yes: Vaginal infection occurences have very little to do with one's virginity and more to do with the vaginal environment. Even prolonged tampon use can alter that environment and cause bacterial infections if not changed appropriately.

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What can happen if a vaginal infection goes untreated for a week?

What can happen if a vaginal infection goes untreated for a week?

Depends: It would depend on what the vaginal infection is. If it is yeast or bacterial vaginitis or trichomonas, then maybe not much. If one is concerned with chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, syphillis or other infections then it becomes urgent. Get in to see your pcp or gyn urgently and get checked and treated.

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What is the best way to identify and eliminate a vaginal infection?

VAGINITIS: It can be diagnosed by the sx or appearance of discharge. Your gyne will do smears, cultures etc. And give the right rx.

Dr. Kevin Fleishman
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Vaginitis (Definition)

An inflammation of the vagina that can result in discharge, itching, and pain. The cause is usually a change in the normal balance of vaginal bacteria or an infection. Reduced estrogen levels after menopause and some skin disorders ...Read more


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Vaginal Infections (Definition)

Vaginal infections is a term for any infection affecting the vagina and can be caused by yeast or bacteria, and may be sexually transmitted. They may result in pain, ...Read more