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I have itching around the opening of vagina and it burns

Well I went to the er last week for a stomach problem and the found out that my cervix was thick and the do he asked my if i had any discharge at that time i told him i just got off of my period so I m not sure so now I ve started again but it is different its creamy and has an order and I m itching around the opening and the along the walls of my vagina. And it burns what is this and what can I do to fix this
Asked On : Sun, 12 Dec 2010
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Hi,you seem to have trichomonas infection of vagina.This causes irritation and itching in vaginal and vulval area.Usually infection is a mixed one.fungal and bacterial infection are alsa associated with it. there are various combined drug combinations for oral as well as local use.try to have a good personal hygeine .Avoid tight clothes.within a week you will be all right. take care.
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