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Have white discharge and soreness in vagina. Its itchy and swollen. What to do?

Hey my vagina is sore. A white discharge thin but thick looking discharge began coming out It started being itchy, only on the like inner flaps. Then became red The my flaps have become swollen and the amount of the discharge ha become thicker and more frequent I haven t had sex for about 2and a half weeks and this has only been occurring the last week. What do I do?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Hi and thanks for your query,
the presentation is a classical genitourinary infection, which could be sexually transmitted or not. No matter the origin, treatment is vital at this npoint in time.
A clinical evaluation is vital at this point in tme. Depending on the nature of the discharge, an orientation of the possible etiology could be identified by your physician.
A probabilistic annti biotherapy and anti inflammatory treatment shall then be installed after careful samples of the discharge and urine have been sent to the laboratory for cultures, cytologic exams and anti biotic sensitivity tests.
I suggest you visit your gyncelogist for management. Avoiding unsafe sex during this management and treatment period is highly recommended.
Thank and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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