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On antibiotic for UTI, pain associated, vaginal lips are very swollen. is UTI back? Is this yeast infection?

I am on day 3 of a 3 day antibiotic treatment for a UTI that I have now had for 8 days. Late in day 1 and yesterday all pain associated w. urinating was gone. This morning though by vaginal lips are very swollen and there is some discomfort. Is my UTI coming back? Is this a yeast infection (i have no other yeast infection symptoms and have never had one before)? What should I do?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
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There seems to be some contact irritation like with panties, or pads, which could have caused the swelling of vulva. I suggest you take the same antibiotics for two more days. Keep those areas clean and dry. Drink lots of water. Application of antibacterial/antifungal cream over the swollen area will help to some extent.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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