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Sexual intercourse, vaginal irritation, itching, redness, no odor, no pain. Treatment?

hello doctor a few days ago I had the sex with my boyfriend. afterwards my vagina was irritated and sore when I wipe after using the bat hroom. it started itching today on the inside not the labia majora or minora. i used a mirror to look it looks like some tissue around the opening of my vagina (the hole) and its raw and red and sensitive and itchy also. were both very clean so i dont hink its an std ...what do younthink? i have no odor nofisxharge np pain when i pee
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. Do use a topical mild feminine wash gel to cleanse the area. It may just be a fungal infection admixed with bacterial infection as per your description. Take an oral pill containing 200mg fluconazole & 2 Gram tinnidazole together with plenty of oral fluids/water etc to flush out any infection. This shopuld suffice. If not, visit your gynecologist or dermatologist nearby. Remember to treat your boyfriend similarly. Cheers & Good Luck!
Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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