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what sort of vagina infection is this and is it curable?

By Anonymous March 12, 2009 - 8:53am
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i am a virgin and last month i got something like an infection which caused my vagina to be red. it was really itchy but i did not sleep with anyone. im still a virgin but the problem is the rash disappeared but it has left some marks. i want to know what it is especiaaly since i have not slept with a man before. also the rash turned my hymen red maybe due to the itchiness. i dont understand what it is.

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hey...i am 25 years old....it burn while urinating..secondly..this time my periods were painful and 10 or 15 days after my periods i had a little red spot...wht could this be? am i having any infection ..please let me know ..im very worried.. im also a virgin no sexual intercourse

August 31, 2009 - 6:04am
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Its not compulsory that when girl having sex then this problem occurr.It may be possible to happen during your periods as it is a caused by an yeast which develop in moist area.for more info you can check it
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July 24, 2009 - 3:21am

Anon, it sounds like you might just have a vaginal infection or a yeast infection also. Are you familiar with either of them? Did you by chance go visit the link I posted up top to the original poster about types of vaginitis? They itch and they produce a discharge. Here's that link:


Please don't be so worried. It's a common condition and if the product you bought doesn't work, please go see your doctor. It's very likely that with a prescription product, it will be cleared up in no time.

Do you know for sure what your boyfriend's history is? You didn't say whether the sex you had was unprotected, but I am assuming that it was. Did you use a condom or are you considering using birth control in the future?

June 24, 2009 - 6:58am
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HI. I'm from Singapore and I've only slept with my boyfriend before and that was my first and last time. After a few days to that night, I'm having a itcheness for a few days before having the yellow cremish discharge. It was really itching and red but I did not feel any pain in my urination. I've bought a feminine hygiene daily cleansing protection and have been using it for 2-3 days. I'm really worried and have not consulted a doctor yet. I would like to ask what happen and what should I do. Is it some kind of diseases contracting aids? Please reply to my comment as soon as possible.

June 23, 2009 - 7:07am


I'm so sorry your kidney stone problem has reoccured. Are you sure that's what it is, have you seen your regular doctor about it or is your ob/gyn your primary care doctor as well?

Do you know how you got the vaginal infection due to the kidney stones before?

I imagine that what your ob/gyn gave you to clear it up before was an antibiotic if you took it orally. Does that sound like what you took?

My advice at this point would be yes, to see a doctor -- either your general doctor or your ob/gyn. It sounds like the kidney stone needs to be treated either way, and when you're there, please mention the possibility that the vaginal infection seems to have returned as well. Don't wait for more discomfort -- like the itching or the pain -- to return before you get an appointment, all right?

If you have more information, please don't hesitate to update us. A lot of things can affect the inner workings of our bodies -- new medications, changes in our stress levels, changes in our diets. It's possible that you've got something that needs to be changed since this may be a recurring issue. Take care.

April 27, 2009 - 8:38am
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Anonymous (reply to Diane Porter)

thank you mam n yes my kidney stone problem was minor this time.it was some particles in my uninary tract, im well nw. but im scared to visit a gynac. coz the pils i got last time were to to heavy for me to bear. i hav no itchyness nor pain yet. but ill surely visit a gynac. as im on a vaction rite now wen bak will surely visit 1. the pills my gynac gave me b4 were a set of 5 pills i had to tak orally 2 times a day.my urologist has tld me i dnt need to c a gynac though. its a lil less red nw.yes i was under too much stress due to many thngs. since my doc suggested not to visit a gynac;do u feel its infection or not? plz do reply
thanking you

June 16, 2009 - 11:19am
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Anon, did the urologist give you any medicine to help clear up the redness and irritation?

I would say that if you don't have any itching, redness or pain, you are probably OK. But if you do have any of those symptoms, yes, I would go back to the ob/gyn.

It sounds to me like you had an antibiotic before. What do you mean when you say they were too heavy for you to bear? Did the medicine cause other symptoms?

Did you finish your medicine? Please tell the doctor this when you go. It's important.

Next time a doctor prescribes antibiotics for you, try eating some yogurt every day. That will help with the effects of the antibiotics in your system.

June 17, 2009 - 9:34am
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Anonymous (reply to Diane Porter)

thankyou mam for ur suggestions
ill surely vist a gync if needed n abt the medicines thy caused a lil nausea thn i finshed them all n i use to feel vry sleepy but now ill surely tak care of all these things thanks again

June 24, 2009 - 6:37am
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i am a vrigin and suffered from kidney stone 2 years back and due to that i got some kind of vaginalinfection and my gynac gave me oral medications for it.now sudenly my kidney stone problen has reoccured and my vagina has turned red. i dont have any kind of itchyness do u think my vaginal infection has reoccured please do suggest and should i visit a gynac for this.

April 24, 2009 - 9:10am
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my vagina is really red, itchy, and sometimes it burns. i am still a virgin in every way. i do have discharge it is yellow and creamish. sometimes it hurts so bad i can't even walk.

March 26, 2009 - 1:32pm
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