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Feeling itchy vagina and bum hole. On antibiotic. Is it a thrush? Any ideas?

Hi I have been really itchy between my vagina and bumhole. I am also itchy between the labia majora and labia minora , i looked and it looks red in between the lips on the left side. I havent had any bleeding and no strange discharge. Im not sure whether it just irritation from bad toilet paper? Ive also not long ago finished a course of antibiotics for a really bad common cold which ive read can cause thrush. Ive never had thrush but from what Ive read it doesnt appear to be thrush. Any ideas?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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hi yes i think it is thrush caused by candidial presents as erythematous patches with sodden appearance especially occurs in can be cured by atarax 25 mg at night,flucanazole weekly once for 4 weeks and application of nizral ointment twice daily can cure it.then use absorb dusting powder to prevent sweating intiurn prevents recurrences
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