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Burning and soreness in the vagina after intercourse. Itching and redness. Yeast infection?

Yesterday, I had sex several times with the same partner for a few months. I ve had burning and soreness in my vagina after sex and during sex it kind of hurt. Today, I noticed it turned into burning and itchy, when I looked down there to see where it was itchy, I found that I have a red, itchy piece of skin inside my vagina in the lower part, close to the anal but its inside my vagina. It s not a pimple or blister , it just looks red and irritated. I am going to see my doc in the AM but I am freaking out. It looks like a skin rash . I think it could be an internal rug burn or a yeast infection . I was tested for STD s a month ago and I haven t had any new partners since.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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Hi,Dear.Welcome to HEALTHCARE MAGIC.
Yes this can be a yeast infection or any other bacterial infection.You should consult your doctor about this.
It is not necessary that yeast infection is due to your sexual partner ,there are so many other reasons.So do not worry this can be treated with topical medicines.
Hope this answers your query. If you have additional questions or follow up queries then please do not hesitate in writing to us. I will be happy to answer your queries.

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Answered: Thu, 2 Jan 2014
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