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Vagina tender to touch, red rashes, burning while urination, itchy, painful. What is causing this?

At first, my vagina was tender to the touch and had a red rash on it. Within the next two days it started to burn when i peed. There is also itching and it is painful at all times, whether I am sitting, walking, or even laying down. I examined myself with a mirror and found that I have little red sores all over my inner lips and a couple on the outer. My boyfriend has been tested for all stds and is clean.. It hurts so bad that I want to cry.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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You could be suffering from vaginal candidiasis. Suggest you to see your Gynecologist, who will be able to diagnose it with Good clinical examination. The treatment is simple and consists of
1. Maintaining good personal hygiene
2 keep the area clean and dry
3. Local antifungal pessary like Clotrimazole will be helpful in consultation with your Gynecologist

Take care

Dr T Shobha
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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