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How to heal raw labia minora ?

Just took doxycycline for a bacterial infection. I can t seem to get rid of infections. I get them left and right. So after I was almost done with the medication I started my period. That is when I noticed the raw soreness near my vaginal opening. Once I finished my period I noticed I was raw all over and the itching started up. I ve been extremely careful what I put down there. I ve only used plain, unscented doctor recomended soap to clean it and that is every other day. Most days I just rinse with warm water. I don t do anything else. I wear cotton underwear and I always wipe front to back. I don t know is this a yeast infection again?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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welcome to healthcare magic forum

you need not to worry about yeast infection as there is white discharge and itching .
keep it moist by applying good moisturizer
apply clotrimazole in night to prevent any fungal infection
you have problem due to dryness only and it is very common
better to check your thyroid test

i hope i answered your question
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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