My vagina is swollen and the flap of skin that looks like the clitoris but isn't it's like behind it, is very swollen and extremely itchy it's drving me crazy, I have a bladder infection could this be from it, also I have bumps on my inside and outside of my lips that itch, what's wrong with me? And how can I stop the itching!!!!
There is a lotion that Monistat makes that will stop the itching. It comes with the Monistat 7 or 1 yeast infection OTC kit. If a bladder infection is severe enough it is possible that it could have caused a yeast infection. Also if the bladder infection that they gave you a strong antibiotic for then it is possible that it is a side effect from the antibiotics. I would say call your doctor and they might be able to prescribe you something more effective for it.
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