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Redness and irritation of vulva, gram stain negative for yeast and "not consistent w/ bacterial vaginosis" given rx for lotrimin (clotrimazole) but no relief!
Redness: Redness and irritation of the vulva are not always infectious in origin.This can also be caused by chemicals such as dyes, perfumes, deodorants, etc. in products u use in the area like soaps,detergents used on ur underwear,toilet paper,feminine hygiene sprays,pads,etc.U need to be a detective and look at anything different you are using that you weren't before this and use only hypoallergenic prod ...Read more
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
D/W your physician: Yeast infections are due to a fungus called candida which is normally found in the vagina. However, if there is a lack of healthy vaginal bacteria it can lead to overgrowth of yeast. Some causes of overgrowth: antibiotics, ^ estrogen (pregnancy or some birth control pills), malfunctioning immune system, diabetes mellitus as well as friction against vaginal tissues (intercourse) and douching. ...Read more
See See derm: See your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Return To Doctor: Your symptoms can occur with a number of genitourinary disorders. More info is needed such as accompanying symptoms, duration, results from your exam & more. Usually a microscopic exam w/ cultures of both urine & vaginal fluids is required & will readily diagnose Bacterial Vaginosis, Yeast, UTI, & more. Recommend return to your doctor for further exam or seek 2nd opinion from a Gynecologist. ...Read more
Bc for 8 yrs&sexually active.yearly pelvic exam.recurring yeast infections after period.Is it more than a yeast infection?Would dr see std in exam$
Can you have a yeast infection without usual symptoms (pain, redness, itching)? Just much much more (whitish, milky) discharge?
Unlikely: As you seem to know, the main symptoms of yeast are irritation, itching, and redness. When there is discharge, usually it is scant and clumpy. "Witish, milky" vaginal fluid could be normal. However, any new, abnormal, or unexplained vaginal discharge should be medically evaluated. Many possible causes, including infections (STDs, bacterial vaginosis), hormonal changes, and more. See your doctor. ...Read more
Probably none: There are several otc vaginal yeast infection treatments available - most are multiple day vaginal creams. There is one that requires only one dose. One dose doesn't necessarily mean one day cure - it could take more than one day for the medication to be effective. Most of the otc yeast medications are effective about 70% of the time - if your symptoms persist, see your doctor. ...Read more
Extreme vaginal itching. Tested neg for candida, gardnerella, trichomonas. No contact with new soaps,shampoos,meds etc. No douching. What could it be?
Loestrin for 8 years. Yeast infection symptoms for months two doctors tested no STD or yeast or UTI treated for yeast multiple times anyway. No relief?
Vaginal discharge, white, no smell, lumpy. For years dr thought it was yeast, yeast meds don't help. Test results show no yeast, stds, bacteria, etc.
Diagnosed w/ thrush. I do not have hiv/aids, no antibiotics, no meds, no diabetes, no yeast infection. Only 50% spleen working. Causes for me?
Oral Nystatin: Oral Nystatin will kill the yeast living in your digestive system and that recontaminates the affected area. Probiotics, yogurt & acidophilus milk will provide bacteria to help restore microbiological balance to the gut. If this doesn't work it may be time to see a physician to check your immune system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does sle cause your vaginal area and/or bladder to itch (outside & in) & discomfort? No uti, no bladder infection, no yeast infection, no burning etc
Possibly: Auto-immune conditions cause reactions in areas of the body. In the many sle patients for whom we have cared this has never previously arisen, but if you excluded other possibilities this must be considered. The other question is, what medications are you taking, and are you wearing underpants or using soap or deodorant, etc. To which you may be having an allergic or irritative reaction? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If one has pelvic inflammatory disease but no other STI or infection except Bacteria Vaginosis, will metronidazole alone treat it?
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