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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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How can a vaginal yeast infection be treated?

My niece was diagnosed with a terrible yeast infection. She also had sex since her diagnosis. She now has like 4 red cuts that one looked a lil puss yesterday and today just red no puss. She was tested 3 weeks ago for stds and swab came back negative and they said yeast inf. What could these cuts be?
Fri, 30 Mar 2018
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You have to but three fluconazole vaginal suppositories. Put it into the vagina after taking bath at night for three days. Maintain proper hygiene. Avoid sex for a week. If redness is around the perineal area also then apply clotrimazole powder twice daily.

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