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By Anonymous December 11, 2014 - 6:01am
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well ..i previously talked about my problem.I have infection only after intercourse.I went to hospital for roule out my problem and dr advised me to do usg n urine test and usg result was normal scan ...and in urine there was infection so dr.priscribed me some antibiotic (tab.azithromycin,secnidazole ) and vaginal tab..(azithro.for my husband.till taking medicine we had not sex but after completion we did sex then start same problem again n again..don know wat is happening for me ...we hav been trying for baby still we are not sucess ..we don have any heritability problem ...we dont feel uncomfortable during sex ,no pain during urination only gets infection ..for my husband sometimes he gets some rashes over penis with no discharge and i feel vaginal discharge like curd with no watery .still i have these problem..where is the problem ?
can i have endometriosis?

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Hello Anonymous,

Thank you for coming back to us for help.

From what you have shared, I suspect that both you and your husband have candidiasis, which is a fungal infection that can affect the genitals.

In men, genital candidiasis affects the head of the penis. Candidiasis is caused by a yeast fungus, Candida. Men with genital candidiasis may experience an itchy rash on the penis.

You could have vaginal candidiasis, also caused by the yeast fungus, Candida. Symptoms include a thick, white, odor-free vaginal discharge with a cottage cheese appearance, itching and irritation in the vagina and vulva, a burning sensation, especially during intercourse and urination, redness and swelling of the vulva and vaginal pain or soreness.

I think you keep spreading the fungal infection back and forth to each other during sexual intercourse.

If indeed this is candidiasis, you need to both be treated with an antifungal medication not an antibiotic.


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