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Yeast infection. Taking medication, brown discharge. History of chlamydia, bacterial vaginosis. Treatment?

I had a yeast infection the other day I took a pill my doctor prescribed for me bit the past couple days when I pee I wipe its brown like crumbs on the tissue and under wear and I really need to know what this is if this helps I was diagnosed with chomydlyia a couple weeks ago. And bacterial vagionosis I ve already taken my meds for that a couple weeks ago please tell me what is
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Thanks for your question

Take fluconazole for 3 days after meal

use clotrimazole powder after perspiration, bathing, and swimming

do not wash vagina to much

do not wash vagina and groin area with soap it will alter normal PH of vagina and invite becteria

use v-wash or clean and dry for washing vaginal area it will maintain normal PH

wear cotton based , fresh and clean underwear

use topical application of clotrimazole thrice a day will help you a a lot.

you need to maintain personal hygiene, drink lots of water, keep your vagina clean, need to void following sexual intercourse, and have a healthy diet. If your immunity is decreased, to tend to be more prone for infections.hope I was helpful to you.

Hope this may help you
Answered: Wed, 4 Jun 2014
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