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Dark skin in vaginal area, infection in vagina, burning on urination. Treatment?

helo sir .. i am of age getting married after 4mnths query is i hav fair complexion but my viginal area is darker than other parts and from few days am suffering from some infection in vigina severe itching and burning at urination .so pls suggest me some tips through which i can get out of ths problm ..thankyou
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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From what you described, the dark vaginal parts (vulva i assumed) is something that has been there for a long time. If that's the case, the most likely causes could be chronic irritation from some under wears(hypersensitivity reaction) and dermatomycosis such as that cause by candida species. The severe itching and burning urination are typical of a candida vulvovaginitis which could be accompanied by painful sexual intercourse and vaginal discharge which is adherent, thick and of little or moderate abondance. Another possible cause of the severe itching could be an infection with Trichomonas vaginalis is sexually transmissible.
You will need to get a doctor to do a proper examination and eventually priscribe anti fungal drugs (tablet or ovules and cream) such as fluconazole and econazole.
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Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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