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Frequently getting cuts near vagina. Had yeast infection. Related?

Hi I have a few questions. I had a pretty severe yeast infection almost 2 months ago and suffered a paper cut like fissure near the opening of my vagina , I got it checked out and my gyno said it was not herpetic at all, but I was still freaked out. I took diflucan and it helped, but then i still had itching/pain. I got another small cut maybe 2 weeks later. And now 3 weeks later I have another, but this has been constant for nearly 8 weeks, very unusual. I havent had any symptoms such as fever or flu-like symptoms. I just started another monistat treatment because I went on antibiotics and started getting discharge and it is helping, do you think that this is still related to the yeast infection?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. I think the symptoms you have mentioned are completely based upon yeast infection as it will lead to dryness in vagina leading to cuts in the vagina and as you are using monistat at present I will suggest the same if you come to me. Hope this will help you to get cured. Thank you.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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