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Had vaginal pain, burning and itching, relived with medication. Now irritation and itching in anal. Possible cause?

hello doctor, my name is kavita,last to last month i had a itiching, pain n burning in my vagina .but i showed to a lady doctor ,she gave me medicines n cream to apply,which is cured now,but now my anal started itiching n sometimes there is a irritation in my anal..can u tell me what is the problem.why there is a itiching in my anal.
Asked On : Tue, 3 Apr 2012
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Hi Kavita nothing to worry just deworm your self and the itching will subside. It happens some time due to worm infestation. and if it still does not go then plz show to same dr for best as she can see if there is some piles or fissure as this some time leads to itching and burning or may be your vaginal infection has taken new path to your anal region. by that time apply some antifungal cream and deworm your self. bye and take care.
Answered: Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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