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I have had recurrent thrush, gastric acid, blood tinged discharge, kindly help me

Hi, i ve had reccurent thrush for 4 months now. went to my doctor and got clotimazole and antibiotic (ciprofl.). I had no discharge then, but after starting the medication, i got a thick, white (milk curds like) discharge. i got tested for diabetis, my levels were fine i.e 5.2. A day after i finished my antibiotic course, i started to get intense stomach pain. went back to doctor and she said its gastric acid, so got rubragel and antibiotics (ciprofl...) again. Next day as i was bathing, i noticed a tinge of blood in my still clumpy discharge. is this all related ? Help!
Asked On : Mon, 24 Jan 2011
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Your symptoms are suggestive of severe fungal vaginal infection with superadded bacterial infection.You need to take high dose of antibacterial with oral antifungals on weekly basis for 3-4 weeks.
Dr Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Mon, 24 Jan 2011
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