Clotrimazole And Betamethan Cream

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Patty Says:

I have a vaginal problem, when I used the bathroom I sit and pee I pee a little then this very bad irritation comes are it, it feels like I still have to pee and when I go just a little comes out with the pain still...my grandmother suggested using gentamicina, betametasona, and clotrimazol but she says to pit a lot on the inside of my vagina and my question is that okay can I put the cream inside?

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Jaimanni Says:

I have had nail fungus for the last ten years or more.
Candid B lotion works well but it returns after I stop using it.
Are there side effects of the prolonged use of it.
Can you please tell me what is causing the re-occurance

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Verwon Says:

In regards to the first question from Patty, that actually sounds like it could be a urinary tract infection and if so, it will require an antibiotic.

You shouldn't use anything in the vagina that hasn't been specially formulated to be used in such a manner and doing so won't help with a UTI.

I just wanted to place this here in case anyone else is in the same situation. Please see your doctor and don't try to self treat.

And for Jaimanni, it really sounds like that just might not be the right medication to actually clear it up entirely so it doesn't return.

In such cases, an oral antifungal medication may be required, so anyone experiencing this should see their doctor for assistance, as well.

Are there any questions or comments? Is there anything I can help with?

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st thakur Says:
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i have itching in vagina when i pee...or esa lgta h ki toilet bar bar ara h jbki vo ni ata ...or kbi kbi control bi ni hota .bt jb me antifungl madicin use krti hu mujh thik lgta h . me confus hu mujh fungal infection hua h ya UTI


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