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Yellow sticky irritating vaginal discharge and it is itching

My doctor and I are at a loss to my vaginal problems...Last month I had a lot of watery vaginal discharge . Within the next week my labia and vagina became red, itchy and I had cracks inbetween my labia. My doctor gave me medicine for yeast and bacteria even though he tested me and found none. He did testing for STDs and found none. I currently use Barrow soaks, which helps with the irritation, but I have a sticky, yellow vaginal discharge that irritates everything all over and doesn t have an odor.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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If you have tested negative for STDs then the discharge might be due to some allergy. For relief, you need to use an antiseptic cream with steroids. Apply it twice daily and keep the area dry and hygienic.Oral antiallergics might also help.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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