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Itchy rashes on inner walls of labia minora, thick discharge, bleeding. On antibiotics for candidiasis. Cure?

what is the cause of an itchy rash on the inner walls of the labia minora? a few days before i got this rash i had a discharge that was like a very thick paste but with no strong smell. my discharge normally is light. it is currently being treated as candidiasis but the rush is getting worse and when i rub it with a cloth or tissue to relieve the itching there is a little bit of blood.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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It seems that you are having a vulvovaginitis which usually involves a mixed infection. You need oral broad spectrum antibiotics preferably after a vaginal swab culture to get rid of this infection. Please consult your gynecologist for proper prescriptions.
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Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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