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Irritated and sore vagina, applied estrogen cream. Tests for STD and BV negative

Hi my name is Karen, 4 months ago I was treated for baterial vaginalious, and ended up with serve yeast infections and was treated three times for BV with yeast infection medication as well, not I am irrated and sore they put me on estrogen cream 2mg daily which is helping but after resuming sex with my male partner it appears I have burned his skin with my vaginal secreations, which tell me I still have a major problem all tests for STI s and yeast and BV have came back negitive, any insight would be appericated, I ve tried just about everything to correct this
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Hi.irratable and sore vagina can be feature of vaginal candidiasis or herpes progenitalis.itching indicates vaginal candidiasis.burning pain indicates herpes .treatment should be taken by the both partners otherwise it recurs.use a antibiotic annd antihistamine and flucanozole weekly once can cure it
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