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Have vulvovaginitis. Prescribed Gynaconazol. Rash on neck, armpit, chest. Will it heal spontaneously?

hello my name is rania. i have been diagnosed with vulvavaginitis due to gram positive cocci and the doctor has prescribed me a cream called gyanoconazol 0.8% and some other medications. after a few days of the course of the treatment i have skin rash around my neck, armpit and chest. so will the rash heal spontaneously? and since i am a virgin must i use the cream intravaginally or i can use it just externally at the labia minora and around the hymen?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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HI Rania
No it wont heal spontaneously, it needs proper treatment and also need some investigation like complete urine test complete blood count if required, urine culture & sensitivity too, you do not mentioned brand name of other medicine you have taken, so I could say you that your rash is because of drug, it is ok if you apply the oint. even if your virgin, better to apply the cream on affected area only, Good day.
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