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Vaginal bleeding. Prescribed Cansoft CL capsule. Having regular intercourse. Cause?

hellow doctor, My girlfriend had small amounts of vaginal bleeding everyday since three months. She has had her menses on time. She visited a gynae doctor and was prescribed with Cansoft CL capsule. Doctor had said she has vaginal infection or erosion, something like that. We are long distanced and we hadn t had intercourse since six months. But the doctor says after looking into her that she s having regular intercourse but she is not. What could be the possibility of this disorder in her? i have no money!!!! cant u juz answer?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi..hello.., the above symptoms are also suggestive of candid infection ,hence the patient has been advised to take consoft.., continue with the same antibiotic cream and also maintain personal hygiene.... the infection will heal by 1 to weeks.., the infection not only spread by sex but also bu unhygienic, wearing wet undergarments... need to dry cloths in sunlight..

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Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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