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Vaginal Infection

By Anonymous December 2, 2015 - 4:28am
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I have vaginal infection from nearly 5 months, i have done many medication and CERVIREAL HPV E6/E7 test with result is negative. But the doctor told me to take IV antibiotic injection for 5 continuous days. Though i was scared about the treatment i consulted another doctor for the second opinion but she said its quite common and not necessary to take those treatment. So once again she gave me tablets and some ointments .
But still i have the itchiness in vulva area, watery type discharge sometimes and vulva has become very thin.and i saw in net that due to bladder problem we might get infection also.

I do have frequent urination if i drink water. so can u please suggest me the treatment for my problem.

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for seeking our help with your persistent vaginal infection. We cannot prescribe or recommend treatment. Only your physician can do that. I can provide you with information.

Vaginitis is the medical term for the various conditions that cause an infection or inflammation of the vagina.

Your physicians should have diagnosed the cause. Did either tell you what is causing your persistent symptoms? If you are not getting relief, maybe the wrong medications have been prescribed.

A diagnosis can be tricky even for an experienced doctor. Part of the problem is that you could have more than one at the same time.

The mos common causes include bacterial vaginosis, yeast infection, sexually transmitted diseases including chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis, and viral vaginitis.

The Cervireal HPV E6/E& test is used to detect HPV or human papilloma virus.

If you have a bacterial infection, antibiotic treatment is recommended. You treat non-infectious vaginitis by dealing with the probable cause.

Do you have a history of urinary tract infections or bladder infections? A culture should be done to determine the bacteria that is causing the infection.

Has either physician done a culture of the vaginal discharge or used a swab to culture your vagina?


December 2, 2015 - 9:55am
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