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The right side of my labia burns and tingles.

The right side of my labia burns and tingles,it s a constant pain. I ve had this for over a month now and nothing seems to be helping except the tylnol #2 I m taking for my wrist fracture I sustained in January. When it first started the right side of my labia throbbed so badly I was in tears and tried ice to relieve the pain. 2 days later I went to get my pap test done and told my doctor I had burning and he prescribed me anti fungal cream and pills for what he thought was bacterial vaginosis and use for 7 pap results were normal. I went back after that still suffering and he prescribed me ciproflaxin twice a day for 7days.Still I m suffering.I have no sores or lesions,just a constant burning pain under the skin.(kinda like how your throat feels when it s got a cold is best how to describe the feeling) I have no problems having sex with my husband as it does not hurt and it doesn t hurt when I touch it. I ve heard about labia nerve pain could this be what it is ? I am desperate for answers. I want this pain gone!
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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The kind of problem you have described matches with the symptoms of labia nerve pain. Antifungals or antibiotics are not likely to help you. You should take tab. Gabapentin for relief. Tab. Methylcobalamin may also be added for neural pain.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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