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Undergone Colposcopy. Dry skin, redness, itchy. Allergic reaction or yeast?

I just recently had a colposcopy done 7 days ago, and for the past couple days I've noticed what seems to be very dry skin. Then it started to become a little itchy. I tried using some desatin to relieve the redness and dryness, but it is still very itchy. Not sure if it is an allergic reaction to the vinegar or monsel's solution, or if it is a yeast infection. Any help is appreciated.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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hi good day to you
if you are suffering from itching it may be urticatria
is there ant medicine you r taking?
if yes then consult your doctor and discuss about the medicine and change the medicine
for yr dry and itchy shin you have to use homoeopathic skin care preparatiion which is use full and without side effect. u add protein in yr diet drink lot of water and fruit juice.for diagnosis you may consult dermatologist
Answered: Fri, 17 May 2013
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