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Have thrush, painful, itching inside, bleeding. How to stop itching?

Hi i have had thrush a few times and it comes and goes but this time the pain is unbearable. I keep hving to go to the toilet and i have noticed there i blood but not period blood it looks like i have cut my self i am now not really itchy inside it is now the clitorios which is ithy and i is burning. There isnt really any discharge . What can i do to stop it itching
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello, thanks for using HCM.
It is like that you are suffering from a yeast infection which can explain the symptoms you are presenting with including the blood you are experiencing. However the itch could also be explained by an infection due to a protozoal called Trichomoniasis. An effective treatment will be dependent on an appropriate diagnosis.
Per vaginal bleeding no matter however small it can be should always prompt a consultation at a gynecologists. In as much as it is more likely that you are suffering from a yeast infection which could be treated with Fluconazole tablet and topical anti-fungal creams, it is imperative you see a gynecologists for exclusion of possible associated infections and or affections.
Best regards.
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Dermatologist Dr. Surajit Gorai's  Response
thrush is due to fungal infection.
it may cause itching and pain but bleeding is not common.
particular skin lesion is there?
if yes then whats the colour?
it need clinical examination to know it properly.
yet to decrease itching you can take antihistaminic tablets at night.
apply candid cream twice daily for 10 days over the affected part.
hope it will help.
good luck.
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