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Have itchy dry rashes near vagina. Pus comes out when scratched. How to cure it?

hi I have this a rash that is in the upper area of my thigh near my vagina left lip. It gets dry, it itches and when I would scratch or slap at the rash it would pus . Also when I am sitting at work, when I sit down at work my panties get wet from the rash and it will cause a smelly odor. What should I do? How should I cure it?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Hey hi
You are suffering from fungus infection which is common.Avoid scratching, it will cause infection..the pus is coming due to this only..
use V gel a local vaginal cream it l reduce your itching. Also wash this area with TRIPHALA decoction (by boiling triphala pawder in water).This simple remedy will work as fast relief.Tab Flucan once in week for three week only.
Avoid siting long time in one place. If weight is more reduce weight.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
  User's Response
Hey hi
You are suffering from fungus infection which is common.Avoid scratching, it will cause infection..the pus is coming due to this only..
use V gel a local vaginal cream it l reduce your itching. Also wash this area with TRIPHALA decoction (by boiling triphala pawder in water).This simple remedy will work as fast relief.Tab Flucan once in week for three week only.
Avoid siting long time in one place. If weight is more reduce weight.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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