Did he send out for a lab test for HSV? That in itself could answer your question. I have had yeast infections but never that bad. I have also had thrush so bad that blisters formed on my tongue making it impossible to eat. So, in theory, I would say yes, a yeast infection could get that severe. But I am no doctor. I'm just using my experiences with yeast to come to that conclusion. Has your doctor never prescribed diflucan or flucanazole? A few doses of that may help. And then some external cream for the itching, burning, and blisters. Asking your doctor couldn't hurt.
Thank you for your response. For the record as this may help other ppl with similar conditions I was diagnosed with Lichen sclerosus. It comes and goes (the symptoms) and the longest I have gone without the itching is about 3 months. The ulcers thank god, are gone. I always keep a hormone cream handy just in case and take Chinese medicine (prescribed to me by a Chinese Dr) as a preventative.
"Lichen sclerosus is not an infection and is not contagious. It cannot be passed on to a sexual partner.
What are the symptoms and what do I see?
• Itching is the most common symptom and some people experience soreness and burning.
• The skin becomes pale and white in appearance. This may be patchy or involve all of the vulva extending down to the anus. The skin may split causing stinging and pain.
• Small purplish/red areas may be seen on the white background. These are due to tiny areas of bleeding into the skin, often because of scratching.
• There may be scarring that causes loss of vulvar tissue (eg. clitoris) or shrinkage of the vulvar areas, which can cause pain and interfere with sexual intercourse and even cause problems with urination.
• It does not involve the vagina."
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Thank you for your help and support everyone!
glad you got better answers than you had a few months ago :)