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Have spotting, itching and redness in the vagina. Using canesten cream for yeast infection

Im a virgin and i have a yeast infection . im using canesten cream. i never get spotting and now i am. Im due for my periods in 2 days. sometimes my urine looks like it has blood in it and sometimes not. i apply the cream only on the outside not in. its very itchy and red in that area. when i wipe there is blood stains on the toilet paper not heavy blood. im really scared. please help. thank you
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Fungal infection is common. Prevention is better than cure. Be careful regarding your inner wear. Avoid using common things like soap. The cream is OK. You can apply both inside and outside. You can have Antibiotic, Anti fungal & Anti itching tabs per oral after consulting a dr. The blood stain may be due to spotting or from scratch injury. Pre period spotting is nothing to worry. A complete urine analysis will reveal whether your urine contains RBC. If so investigation are needed for urinary tract.
Clean wash of vagina with povidone iodine solution and keeping the area dry is adviced.
Don't scare unnecessarily.
Best wishes
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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