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Suffering from infection, difficulty breathing, redness on labia lips. History of COPD. Causes for symptoms?

hi. my 70yr old mother got amitted to hospital 3 days ago,due to an infection somewhere in her body. she does have copd for 12 yrs now so the infection was making it impossible to breath. so my question is she returned home and her labia lips and back end is red raw, and hurts bad, can the medications she was on or oxygen be the cause of this? and what can she do to help it go away?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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There has to be some type of infection in the labia. You should mention this to her doctor. Rule out cellulitis first and then other types of vaginal infections like vaginitis.The medications she was given is unlikely the cause for this.If thats the cause she will need antibiotics and probiotics.
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