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Yeast infection, positive for gardnerella, itching in vagina, inflammation. Help?

Hello, im 28, had my first child at 26. A few months after having baby, I developed recurring yeast infections. After yeast, i got BV. Last month I was tested positive for gardnerella. Doc gave me vaginal antibiotics, three weeks later symptoms (insane itching, inflammation, irritation)showed up again. Just finished 2 day treatment of Trinidazole. I am STILL ITCHING! Does the trini radios worknright away, or should I wait a few more days? This occurs mostly before my period, but this particular infection doesn't seem to be letting up. Im at a loss of what to do, im so frustrated.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
You have recurrent fungal infection.
You have to take complete course of anti fungal as well as specific antibiotic.
Take levocetrizine to subside itching.
Clindamycin in both oral and vaginal gel/cream will be helpful.
Take proper local care.use medicated soap to clean.
Avoid sex till get complete cure.
Go for certain investigations like CBC,FBS,PPBS,PAP smear,USG abd.
Consult your doctor for further guidance and medical management.

Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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