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Have itching, dryness. Used vagisil. Removed pubic hair using veet. Help?

Hi there. I used veet around 10-12 days back to remove pubic hair .From next day onwards severe itching started without any vaginal discharge . i waited for 2 days. on day 3 i used vagisil on the affected area.the itching has reduced a lot.after a day later,a yellow color discharge started coming very frequently,though the itching has reduced a lot.therefore, i took fluconozole tablet 150 mg yesterday and today as well. what can be the reason for that? using veet in the vaginal area or is this any kind of yeast /bacterial infection?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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you have used commercially available hair removal cream...
later you have developed rashes, associated with itching and whoozing..
dont self medicate, see a dermatologist for the diagnosis and management..
need to put on local apllication with antibiotic, steriod and antiinflammatory..
all the very best..
Answered: Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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