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I have a problem with vaginal itching and discolored rash between my vagina and anus how can this be treated?


Posted by rsimpson

 
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Hi rsimpson,

 This sounds like a yeast infection and can be treated with over-the-counter yeast medication available at any drugstore.

 However, since you are not sure what this is, I highly suggest seeing either your family doctor or a naturopathic doctor. Rashes and infections of the genitals can be dangerous if left untreated and can lead to more serious problems, some of which do not even have noticeable symptoms. 

 This might not have been the answer you were looking for, but I hope this helps.

 In Good Health,

Tina Christie

Naturopathic Doctor

i have exactly the same problem, and im lookin for the best solution to heal it. I don't know what to do. Can somebody please help me thanks x
 i had yeast infection before but my ob prescribe me funzela and neo-penotran.  it goes away but after a couple of days some small itchy bumps appeared on my vagina and it's 2 weeks now it still didn't go away.  it's not std coz my husband didn't get it and we had sex everyday.  can someone please tell me what it is? 
There are 7 conditions associated with bruising or discoloration, itching or burning and vaginal dryness.
Bruise or contusion: Bruises, or contusions, cause skin discoloration, swelling and tenderness.
Hematoma: A hematoma is a collection of blood in the tissue outside of a damaged blood vessel, usually after an injury.
Perimenopause: Perimenopause is a transitional stage before menopause, causing irregular periods, hot flashes, and more.
Lice: Head lice are tiny visible insects that infest the hair and scalp causing itchiness and bumps in that area.
Crabs: Crabs, or pubic lice, are tiny, six-legged insects that infest pubic skin and hair and cause intense itching.
Trauma or injury: Trauma most often refers to serious bodily injury or wounds symptoms range depending on the injury.
Thrombocytopenia: Thrombocytopenia causes bruising, frequent nosebleeds, and tiny red dots that look like a rash.
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