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Old 10-24-2016, 04:50 PM   #1
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Never-ending Irritation

Three-part question:

I've been dealing with irritation on my labia/vulva. It feels like someone is rubbing sandpaper against it. Sometimes I get what feels like an electric shock down there as well, and it is red.

Ever since Spring I have had an issue with recurring Yeast Infections. I would be giving ointment, pills, etc, and nothing ever really worked.

Recently, I had one, and it took me awhile to give me an appointment with my OBGYN. She prescribed me Nystatin/Tec. cream to insert internally.

But I still have severe irritation externally. I am using the same cream on the vulva, but it does not seem to be helping...at all. Sometimes I think it made it worse.

So now I am on my second of two Difulin (sp?) tablets, but still, the irritation is there. I grew concerned and went for another appointment. I was afraid it could be herpes, despite no sores being present yet. She said everything looked normal, the bumps were just my glands, and that the area was red. She took a swab and it came back negative.

I am a virgin, but I did masturbate while I had a cold sore. I have a habit of touching my lips absent-mindedly. I recall touching my lips/sore prior to touching myself. I haven't had a blister down there yet, and I've had the same irritation for over a month, so my question is: due to the lack of improvement from yeast medication: could this be a case of autoinoculation?


If not, could it be a case of systemic yeast?
I was diagnosed with Leaky Gut syndrome, and an overgrowth of candida bacteria in my stomach/colon. If my irritation/pain is a yeast infection, could it because by my diet, more specifically the foods I was tested as "extremely sensitive" to?

If that were the case, is there a particular specialist I could talk to help change my diet and rid myself of the candida bacteria in my body?

 
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