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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi
User :   Am 30years old female,history of diabetes insipidus,on treatment (desmopresin) for past 15 years .8 months ago i delivered(LSCS) a male baby During the 3rd month of pregnancy onwards i was suffering from high vaginal and vulval itching and burning micturation,no vaginal discharge.During pregnancy i took cansoft vaginal pessaries-symptoms not relieved, till delivery i was using himalaya V-Gel then after delivery i took amoxylin ,fluconozole, tinidazole ,metronidazole, secnidazole, cifran-TZ, Itraconazole,Cetrizin,Fedin,ornidazole+oflacin. Local applications- Candid lotion,Keto cream, Ornidazole+oflacin combination reduces UNBEARABLE itching upto 80% along with the use of candid lotion.Am frequently taking ornidazole+oflacin tablets because of recurrence within 2 to 3 weeks..
Doctor :   plz wait
Doctor :   You have tied all medicines. But did you get any tests done
Doctor :   There are few possibilties
Doctor :   1 vaginal infection -mostly candida or trichinosis
User :   culture and sensitivity klebsiella
Doctor :   2. it could be cervictis from bacterial infetions
Doctor :   So it is Klebsiella
User :   VDRL non reactive
Doctor :   culture and sensitivity positive for klebsiella
User :   yes
Doctor :   I recommend 15 days course of antibitocs
Doctor :   it could be PID
Doctor :   Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Doctor :   Major component is cervicitis
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