What Happens If Candidate B Cream Is Applied Internally?

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Mi2 Says:
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I am suffering from fungal infection I guess... Because after my periods immediately I started getting rashes, itching, redness and burning sensation in my vulva. I was suggested to use v wash for cleaning which will decrease the pain, then I was suggested to use candidate b cream but as per my information it has to be applied externally.. But I tried using it..it didn't completely work but the pain is decreased to some extent.. So I would like to know that if I am applying this cream internally will it work to decrease my pain.. Or can it cause some injury to my vaginal tissue..??



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