Canex V Cream On A Peeled, Irritated Vaginal Skin

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Kyla Says:
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I recently had gernital warts on the outside of my vagina,I used wart magic which contained salicylic acid and now my skin peeled off and is causing a burning sensation. Can I use to Canex V cream to soothe the pain,as it was suggested to me?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kyla! Very sorry about the problem you're having, that has to be miserable.

But no, please see your doctor and get something that they say is safe for you to use on the area. It is far too easy to get an infection in your pubic area and you could end up making yourself even more miserable by using the wrong thing that could cause even more irritation.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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nthaby Says:
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I had blisters and they were not painful, i went to the doctor and she gave me doxycline n metrionidazole and a shot but still the infection doesn't go away, can i use canex v

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