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Hi! Some additonal information would be helpful for me to better answer your question:
1) What did the doctor say, and what was the cream prescribed?
2) Did the doctor test for STD's when you went in ? If so, which ones? Results?
3) Any itching? Bleeding? Pain?
4) Any vaginal discharge?
Let me know so that I may better assist you! Donna RN
HI! I suspect that you may have an atypical presentation of a yeast infection. Sometimes, the only symptom is friable skin that tears and itches and sometimes bleeds. I suggest that you try a round of home 3 day yeast treatment, being sure to apply some of the cream the perineal area Do not have intercourse for 7 days to allow the area to heal completely. To help prevent a bacterial infection as a result of killing off the yeast, you may want to use a betadine/water solution to rinse the perineal area after BM's (1 oz betadine to 7 oz water). After the yeast treatment and waiting 7 days, you may want to use a Rephresh vagianl suppository to help re-balance the pH and natural flora. This should help.
let me know if you need any more information! Donna RN