Vaginal Use Of Candid B Cream

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Dolo Says:
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I had a fungal infection for which the doctor prescribed me plain candid cream to be applied externally on my vulvar area for one month. Within ten days if using the cream, they symptoms subsided but had not gone away completely but I stopped using the cream as my period started. Now I hadn't applied the cream during my period. It's my fifth day today and the inside of my vagina is very very itchy. What could it be? I am having this infection since Sept of 2016. It keeps coming back. I feel like dying. Can u please help me with this? I am 24 years old.

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Sachin Says:

U need to check with a doctor as u may have very bad infection mam.

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Adhi Says:
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My daughter is having a fungal infection in her urinary region. Can I apply candid B lotion? She is only 1 and half years old.

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Maggie Says:

Can I use candid b cream vaginally for itching and burning? Kindly advise.

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Kevin Says:


I am sorry to hear about your situation.

Candid B Cream has 2 active ingredients Clotrimazole Topical and Beclometasone Topical. The Clotrimazole Topical works by killing fungal cells by destroying the fungal cell walls and then treating the infection. The Beclometasone Topical is a corticosteroid that treats inflammation, eczema, dermatitis, itching and other allergic reactions.

If your doctor had instructed you to use the cream for a month it likely that was the expected time frame for the cream to kill the fungal cell walls and completely treat your infection. It sounds to me like the medication was working because the symptoms had subsided but if you stop taking the medication prematurely there is no guarantee that you had completely dealt with infection and it could have flared back up.

I advise you to consult your OBGYN about your next medical action plan.

I hope that this helps.

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