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Redness in labia, irritation. Earlier had yeast infection. Any ideas?

Hi..I had a yeast infection about three weeks ago, and it took about a week and a half to get rid of it. Just after I got rid of the symptoms from the yeast infection, I then felt discomfort when I irritated and had intercourse. I used a mirror to see what the cause could be, and I had noticed that the labia, near my while, was red and looked,over the last couple days I ve applied A&D ointment over the area. It doesn t hurt anymore, but I did look at it again today and it still looks really dark in color. I have set up,an appointment with my doctor, but they can t get me in until next week. Any ideas of what it is and what I should do to care for it until I see my doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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the redness you have seen may be due to the itching you have got and may be due to that you may injured that by itching.But mostly such kind of if they are bumps may be seen in sexually transmitted diseases.And to treat that you need to take treatment for the specific disease.redness may also be due to the yeast infection as i told you so just visit your doctor and they may examine what exactly it is and prescribe you medicines accordingly.Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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