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Taken yaz, period started, yeast infection, irritation, white discharge

ive been taking yaz for about 3 months now. i started my period on the 5th and it lasted a couple days. but then i feel like i got a yeast infection because it was very irritated down there. but for the past two days ive had whitish discharge with a little bit of pinkish. there is no burning when i pee just some itching on the outside and the discharge. im very concerned. please help.
Asked On : Sat, 17 Mar 2012
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1. Oral contraceptive pills is a risk factor for candidial infection. your symptoms are suggestive of vulvitis and urinary tract infection
2. Oral anti-fungal medication and candid-B cream for local application should take care of vulvitis
3. Urine alkaliniser syrup shud take care of your burning micturition
4. Doing a urine culture & sensitivity test is advisable along with checking blood sugar levels to rule out diabetis mellitus.
Answered: Mon, 7 May 2012
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