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Fungal Vulvovaginitis

Fungal vulvovaginitis is an infection of the vagina and vulva caused by fungal organisms, most commonly Candida. It results in symptoms such as itching, burning, irritation, and abnormal vaginal discharge. Treatment typically involves antifungal medications, such as creams or oral tablets, to eliminate the infection and relieve symptoms. Consulting a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment is important.

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I have a rash and itching around my scrotum. Why?

Query: Hello doctor,I have been experiencing a rash around my scrotum skin and itching around the anus. I observed today that the skin on my scrotum is becoming thick and gray.Kindly help.   Read Full »

Dr. Gaurang Gupta

Answer: Hello,Welcome to just read your query. I can understand your concern.It is looking like a fungal infection.If a fungal infection returns, it can be very serious.First of all, please keep these precautions in mind:1. Do not keep the area wet at all. Use powder frequently to keep it dry....  Read Full »

I am experiencing white discharge which is thick and smelly following sexual activity. Am I pregnant or is it due to an infection?

Query: Hi doctor, I had sex with my partner, following which I am experiencing a white discharge issue. The discharge is thick and smelly. It has been two days post my expected period date. I am worried whether this could be a sign of pregnancy or any other kind of infection. I did a pregnancy test and it...  Read Full »

Dr. Joshi Shalaka Kishor

Answer: Hello, Welcome to We will pay close attention to your worries and address all your questions with utmost care. Unprotected intercourse might give rise to unwanted pregnancy or infections. You are just two days overdue from your expected period date. So, wait for 10 days. Your periods...  Read Full »

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