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Small itchy bumps on vagina. Using cefuroxime, clotrimazole provides some relief. Permanent cure?

i developed small small pimples in the area of vagina and they are very painfull and itchy. i am using oral antibiotic combination that contain cefuroxime and clavulinic acid and in addition to that i am also applying ointment that contain clotrimazole , neomycin sulfate and beclomethasone propionate from last 5 days now. i got just little bit relief but the lesions are still thier. what to do?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Thank you for consulting HCM.Causes of itchy bumps in vagina are many like herpes,cysts,folliculitis,warts.It will take some time for the lesions to be cleared completely after the completion of the complete course you may see the better results and if still they persists you need to consult your doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment as for each any every infection there is seperate treatment with antibiotics.Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 16 Jul 2013
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