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Side effect by medication for asthma. Redness, rashes, skin peeling in vagina. Cure?

Ok so I went to the hospital the other week for a severe asthma attack/ bronchitis and i was given some medication to help. The medication has worked with my asthma and bronchitis but I have noticed a few side affects. I have noticed that my bottom, in between my cheeks has gone bright red with a rash and has also started peeling. I thought it wasn t inportant but now I have noticed it has spread to my vagina , which is also red and peeling. Also I can not go to the toilet without it hurting a lot. And when I wipe afterwards it s bleeding. Please help!!
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Hi Natasha! May be it is rash which is now mix with bacterial infection and if it is itching then funagal too. .apply anti inflammatory cream and take anti allergy pill. Then see if it works or not, then consult to skin specialist. Bye.
Answered: Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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