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Having itching discharges. Diagnosed to be staphlococus. What are the findings and required treatment?

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My wife is 36yrs old 1.5mtrs height and 63kg, she is being having itching discharges for about about 3 yrs which was diagnosed to be staphlococus all our effort to get it remedied has not yielded any result, after taking the prescribed drug fully it will disappear for some days or weeks and after some time it relapse.

Now she is loosing weight.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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You did not specified the discharge area, first thing go for swab culture test, along with total hemo-gramme with blood sugar level, if it is vaginal discharged then TV infection is likely with possibility of type 2 diabetes, i would request you to be in touch with HCM for further instruction after having done test, Nice Day
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