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I am having milky white (yogurt like) discharge from 3-4 days along with itching and irritation. I use V wash daily. Is it a fungal infection? What should I do?
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You should get yourself checked by a Gynae
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It looks like candidiasis... Take Tab Flucanozole 150 mg once a Day , every alternate day for 3 days f/b once a week for 4 weeks. Also use Canasoft CL vaginal pessary once daily at bed time X 3 days. Use cotton inner wear... If recurrent plz check your Sugar level also
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You need to get examined by a gynecologist and then further course will be guided as per the type of infection
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Take Tablet Ketoconazole 200 mg twice a day for 5 days Cansoft CL vaginum pessary at bedtime once every night for three nights
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Keep dry Use cotton panties or no panties for a month Take partner treatment with same medication Use barrier contraception like condom for three months to avoid ping pong infection
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Yup Yeast infection. You can take flucon 150 twice a week for 4 wks Keep it dry Don’t use any cream/ointment for intimate parts Use airy clothes Wash your clothes in warm water You can use V wash twice a day It’s safe
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It can be fungal infection. According to symptoms it needs to be treated. For prescription you need to consult.
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Seems like fungal infection. Stop using wash. Take oral Anti fungal medicines
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Hello dear user,  white discharge  in females is a common issue, this is due to unhygienic  condition like not washing the lower  part with water after urination  every  time. And take zocon  150 mg once a day for 7 days and canesten me online  for further  treatment  in details.
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It's fungal infection only and is precipitated by regularly using v wash. You need antifungal agents for complete cure dear.
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Please don't use V wash regularly It will affect normal flora Yaa,its fungal infection
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Hi Dear user it's Fungal infection, Don't use Daily V Wash continue n if u late it's attack lechoriah, put clean and dry that area n Consultant Once urgent nearest good Gynaecologist as per advice take orally and Vaginal Tab.ok
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keep area surrounding clean and dry
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use freely inner clothes
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Hi, Please stop using V wash It looks like fungal infection. Your gynexc will give you vaginal and oral tablets to cure it
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Using V wash daily is not advisable.
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few medications are needed to correct the problem.can explain you in detail about one to one conversation.
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Do not use any separate wash. These things are marketed so much that ladies tend to overuse this product. Normal soap whole having a bath is sufficient for keeping intimate area clean. Additionally keeping it dry ( from sweat and discharge) is important. Consult a gynaecologist for the examination and medicines.
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Hello. It seems fungal vaginitis. You need local and oral treatment for the same.
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Looks like a fungal infection. But don't worry, with tablets it's easily cure.. Please consult for the prescription
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Yes dear it is looking like you are having fungal infection. But it's better to show to any gynecologist near by or contact us whichever is feasible to confirm this. So that medications can be started on time.
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