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Yeast Infection Vagina
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
Discharge too?: Typically a vaginal yeast infection is associated with a somewhat thicker, white, clumpy discharge and itching/ redness on the outside and inside areas. Oftentimes it follows a course of antibiotics that one may have taken for another infection. Over the counter remedies can be considered first, but if still symptomatic, you should consult your gyn. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
I was wondering if what I have is a yeast infection. The vagina area itches and burns like if it's a cut. It's a bit swollen and the discomfort is big?
Probably: It would be good to have a MD examine the area for confirmation and treatment if OTC meds don't work. ...Read more
After taking vagistat (tioconazole) 1 for my yeast infection, my vagina stared to itch. What does this mean?
Can yeast infection in vagina be cured with clotrimazol 2% cream-3 days treatment with applicators-in case it is beginning of infection?
I think i have a yeast infection my vagina is very swollen and irritated and right below my clitiors its a big lump can this be a cause? worried!
Possible one cause: This one possibility but there are several others see your Family Doctor or Gyn ASAP and get checked and treated, don't worry just get the right answer and treated! ...Read more
I am not sure if i have yeast infection in vagina.It does not hurt but itches.i have never had sex.however my vaginal discharge is not usual?
Vaginal yeast: You do not need to be sexually active to have a vaginal yeast infection. It can occur after taking antibiotics, or from other things that alter the normal vaginal flora. As well, your symptoms may be something else, though nothing serious! You can certainly try an over the counter preparation for this, but , if symptoms persist, you should see your provider. ...Read more