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UTI and after effects
I have no idea what's going on and just hoping someone can help. A little less than a month ago I got a Urinary Tract Infection for the first time. I went to the doctor and go the antibiotics and it cleared up within a week or so. Well now it's very irriated down there, I'm red and swollen and I don't know what's going on.....I don't know if this is related to the UTI but I just hope someone knows what this is.....

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You need to go back to the doctor for treatment ASAP.
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I had a similar situation and found out i also had a yeast infection. The doctor can tell almost immediately if thats what it is and treatment is very easy as well.
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Sounds like a yeast infection...monistat and yogurt.  Antibiotics are known for causing yeast infections.  I think there is an OTC test for it now.
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