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Posted by: Need help | 2009/12/20

Re: Burning and itching

I used 2 tubes of Canesten (vaginal cream) with no relief, and for the past 5 months being drinking Trisporal, (the day before I menstruate).

I still suffer from the burning and itching inside my vagina, either before or during sex.

Please help me to get relieve.

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It sounds as if you need to first of all get a diagnosis of what is actually causing this unnatural situation in your vagina.

I suggest both you and your partner (if you have one/two) spend time consulting with a gynecologist. Not a general practitioner, but with a person who specialises in women's sexual health. Both of you need to go for tests to find out what is causing this burning and itching, you need a physical examination then you need this one health care provider to treat you/your partner consistently so this all clears up. Please do not self medicate. Rather get it attended to correctly.

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Posted by: beNeed help | 2009/12/20

Seems like I gave to little info.

Í ' ve been to 2 different gp' s, and they gave it to me to use.
The reason why I' m writing to you is because it cost me alot of money and still no positive results and I was hoping/trusting that you will be able to help me.

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Posted by: Ageing and Sexuality expert | 2009/12/20

It sounds as if you need to first of all get a diagnosis of what is actually causing this unnatural situation in your vagina.

I suggest both you and your partner (if you have one/two) spend time consulting with a gynecologist. Not a general practitioner, but with a person who specialises in women's sexual health. Both of you need to go for tests to find out what is causing this burning and itching, you need a physical examination then you need this one health care provider to treat you/your partner consistently so this all clears up. Please do not self medicate. Rather get it attended to correctly.

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Posted by: Ageing and Sexuality expert | 2009/12/20

It sounds as if you need to first of all get a diagnosis of what is actually causing this unnatural situation in your vagina.

I suggest both you and your partner (if you have one/two) spend time consulting with a gynecologist. Not a general practitioner, but with a person who specialises in women's sexual health. Both of you need to go for tests to find out what is causing this burning and itching, you need a physical examination then you need this one health care provider to treat you/your partner consistently so this all clears up. Please do not self medicate. Rather get it attended to correctly.

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