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What is the cause and remedy for itchy and swollen labia with a boil and blackish patch ?

i have a itchy labia for more than 2 months and now i see that right labia is swollen with a small boil on the tip. Also labia has a blackish to white patch which is very itchy in nature. I used clotrimazole for 3 days but i am still suffering. Please advice what it could be and it is dangerous since it is not healing from the time i got this
Asked On : Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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hi.i would like to know a bit more about your old are you?Is there any accompanying vaginal discharge?if yes then how does it smell and appear?are you also suffering any lower backache or weightloss?what other symptoms you have been experiencing?do you have any preexisting conditions like diabetes?are you married or in a relationship?please explain
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