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This could represent a bacterial vaginitis or cellulitis, which ironically would require an antibiotic (other than bactrim, of course). Similarly, vaginal redness and burning can be the result of an allergy (i.e. allergic dermatitis) which may require trying to identify and avoid the provoking substance as well as treating with antihistamines and topical anti-inflammatories.
My adult urgent care practice involves a lot of GYN care. This is a very common presentation in our clinic. If you still prefer to wait for a GYN doctor, I will opt out.
Your question went to adult medicine. I will opt out so you can await a GYN.
Can you attach the photos here? How old are you? How tall are you? How much do you weigh? Any weight change? Any medical problems? Any surgeries? Any other medications including over-the-counter pills and herbs? Any family medical history?
such as diabetes
Do you mind attaching the photos here? Please answer other questions? Did you have a skin biopsy? Any abnormal vaginal discharge?
Do you mind attaching the photos here?
Was the steroid medication for oral or topical?
Pain or itch?
What is the name of the steroid cream?
Triamcinolone is a bit strong steroid to use for the delicate area such as vagina and face. It could irritate the area and cause dermatitis. You just use non-oily moisturiser. If it is not improved, you should see a dermatologist to have a skin biopsy.
Soaking in warm water temporarily relieves vulvar discomfort. Sealing in the moisture with medication prescribed or emollient (eg, plain petroleum jelly) is also a mainstay of therapy.