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Growth in vagina. From clitoris to opening. No soreness, itching. Solution?

hi there! I have found a growth in my vagina . It is white in colour and forms like a long string from the beginning of the clitoris to the opening of my vagina. At first glance it is not visible as it is covered by my lips . I am worried. I thought it could have been an yeast infection and have taken Canalba for it, but it still remains. IT is neither sore nor itchy. It kinda looks like the mould that develops when things start to rot. how do i get rid of it? what is wrong?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Hello ma'am.

This does indeed sound like a yeast/fungal infection.

I would advise you against self-prescribing and visiting a doctor to get adequately and appropriately treated for the infection. Please understand that this is only an online consultation and thus just an assumption based on the description and information provided by you. So please visit a doctor who would physically examine you and even send a vaginal swab of the growth to the laboratory to confirm the diagnosis.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Tue, 16 Jul 2013
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