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Vagina infection, swollen, itchy, white watery discharge

Hi well okay I think I might have a vigina infection I just want to know what kind it is like my vigina is kinda swollen on the inside but in just one part and it s very itchy on the inside but I can t scratch it because it s on the inside and the skin surrounding my hole is like different it s more than it use to be and my vigina has been leaking a lot and it s not white stuff it s like water I really Ned to know what kind of infection it is.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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A change in color, consistency and smell of vaginal secretions associated with pain and itching is suggestive of vaginal infection. It can be fungal, bacterial or a mixed infection. A vaginal swab culture will help in determining the type of infection. The treatment will depend on the cause.

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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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