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Have pinkish vaginal discharge, dry vagina. Applied vaseline and glycerin. What could be the cause?

i have a pinkish cottage like discharge my vagina is dry and when i wipe it hurts a little. I do not get burning sensation when i urinate. I t has no odour. i applied vaseline and glycerin which i think did not help at alllllll....can u please help me and tell me what is this strange thing ....i have neverrrrr gotten an infection down there in my life
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jun 2012
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HAI, HOW OLD ARE YOU? Have you any diabetes? Are you in family way? Then you may likely to have yeast infection. May be present without any acute symptoms. You have to be investigated with vaginal smear examination (wet and dry smear). That will give you a clue for the diagnosis and accordingly you can get treated easily and completely, sometimes along with your partner.
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