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I would like to know about an ointment which treats both fungal and bacterial infection in vagina? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 04-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good morning
User:Good morning doc
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:i would like to know about an ointment which treats both fungal and bacterial infection
Doctor:quadriderm is one such ointment
User:i went to the medical store and they gave me candiderma+ will it also help?
Doctor:May I know what is the condition that you are suffering from to suggest you specifically?
User:ok, i hope this chat is confidential
Doctor:Yes, it is
User:my gf had a vaginal tear during intercourse
User:i spoke to a doctor yesterday, he suggested going for a antibiotic cream with both fungal and bacterial
User:the bleeding had stopped but she feels pain during urination
Doctor:I am sorry about this
Doctor:Yes, she can apply candiderma as well
User:oh k kool. is there any tablet she can take for the pain?
Doctor:Yes, she can take Dolo 650mg twice daily for a day or two for the pain
User:thank you.
Doctor:Is that all?
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
User:nope. i dont
User:thank you for your time
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:I wish your girlfriend quick recovery
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:And bye for now
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