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Swollen labia with redness and itching post applying medicines from molluscum treatment for vaginal pimple. Cause?

Hi Dr. I have a problem friday like 2:30 in morning went to bathroom came back to bed and a pimpleon my left labia majora was there so I applieda moscollum treatment I had from 2009 and now the labia ia swallon, red and extremely itchy have been applying vagisil since yesterday butI am afraid it is spreading to my other labia rightside
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Thanks for choosing HCM.
You have done a slight error in applying the cream by not taking care of applying Petroleum jelly to the normal part of vagina. So the drug has burnt the normal part & is giving you the trouble.
Please clean with hot water & apply Calamine lotion with aloe vera.It may take a week to heal. don't clean with spirit, / dettol,/ savlon etc.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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