Can I Use Candid B Cream At Inside My Vagina

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can i use candid b cream at my vagina
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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. ## U need to check a doctor u may have very bad infection mam ...
Updated 1 month ago in Antifungal.
Tue, Aug 29 '17, 4:21 PM
effects of candid b cream inside vagina
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Have applied Candid b cream inside my vagina....will it affect me ## Hello, Toto! How are you? The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including irritation, redness, discharge and spotting. Do you frequently experience yeast infections? Are you on any medications? ## I applied Sabresten cream on my vagina for 2 days due to severe itching I was having,the itching reduces .please have I cause more damage out of ignorance? ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Mon, Jul 31 '17, 3:33 PM
Candid Cream
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Can i use candid cream on my face where i have a skin infection? ## Is there something known as yeast rash on babies that are 1 month old? I'm using candid b cream and it's getting worse with red patches n bumps. What can I do? ## Is there something known as yeast rash on babies? ## I applied candid-b cream inside my vagina by mistake like 2 days ago, now my vagina itches. This is after I was given the cream to apply outside of my vagina for some rashes I had. I use cold water to cool out the pain but it still comes back. ## Hi. I have been suffering from vaginal itching for a week now. When I urinate I feel sharp pain at the opening. Moreover, the itching is just at the front of the vagina. I am intimately active as well. Is it safe to use candid B to cure the itching? ...
Updated 15 days ago.
Sat, Oct 07 '17, 9:05 AM
Candid B Cream Effects
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Hi.. m having fungal infection in my vagina due to the side effects of medicine m taking I.e. Diane 35... Doctor suggested me to take syscane tablet for the same but also now to put candid b cream on specific area ... just wanted to know is it correct to apply the same inside vagina...as m suffering from so muvh itching thete due to infection.. ## Hello, Sweety! Sorry about the infection. And the cream shouldn't be used internally, unless your doctor has specifically said that's it okay to do so. I'm not familiar with this one, but some of them aren't intended to be used internally. How long ago did you take the Syscan? It can take a few days to full eradicate the infection, but many symptoms start to improve in as little as 24 hours, unless your infection was very sever... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Fluconazole.
Thu, Sep 26 '13, 3:10 PM
candid b, labia, yeast infection
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I'm 5 mths preg n i may have an yeast infection, my gyn told me use candid b cream on d outside n candid v 3 tablets 2 b inserted at nights. My question is, do i rub d cream on d outside n inside of labia or just outside. Plz note its not internal. Its inside d lip but not inside d vagina. ## Hello, Rosanna! How are you? Unless your doctor has instructed otherwise, the cream is usually for us on the outside labia. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irritation and spotting. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Sat, May 28 '16, 11:41 PM
Clotrimazole and Betamethan cream
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## 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? ## 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 ## 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 shou... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clotrimazole.
Sat, Jun 13 '15, 11:16 AM



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