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Recurring yeast infection, swollen vagina and lips, squished feeling on pressing. What could be causing this?

So about 2 years ago, a couple months after I turned 14 I lost my virginity .. I guess I had a normal virgin vag.. but then after a while I noticed it was getting fat and irritated, so I looked up the symptoms and found out that I might have a yeast infection , so I self treated it. It went away for a while. Then it came back, sort of. I m now 15 almost 16 and I have been treating myself for a yeast infection off and on for about 2 years. My vag is kind of just swollen-ish, its in a U not V shape, and the inner lips are swollen kind of and when you press the outside of it, its all squishy, like it s all fat.. I need to know what is going on with my body.. help please.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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First you should go to doctor to confirm the yeast infection because self treatment
could be wrong.
Recurrent yeast infection should be treated for 6 months (by mouth 100 mg fluconazole every week )
Treat and partner because he may be reservoir
Keep personal hygiene
Take care of your self
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