How To Treat Vaginal Blisters?
I once consulted, he said I had blisters on my vagina because I was exposed to bacteria in my urine but when I consulted I only got an infusion but no medicine was given and the pain in my vagina came back, is there any medicine at the pharmacy that I can buy without a prescription from a doctor? Please answer
From the information you have provided, if you are currently receiving treatment with infusion, this indicates that you are under treatment by your doctor, in the form of inpatient treatment at a particular hospital. If you are currently still in the hospital, then you can convey the complaints you feel to the doctor who treats you.
In addition, if you are in the hospital, the treatment given is the possibility of direct treatment through an injection in an infusion tube.
The presence of an injury to the vagina can also be caused by an inflammatory process and infection or an irritation process in the vagina, so that you can feel complaints of pain or discomfort.
Therefore, you should communicate directly with the doctor who treats you regarding the treatment process that you are currently receiving. Even if you are not currently hospitalized, you can also immediately consult the doctor who treats you at the polyclinic or practice place to convey the complaints that you still feel.
Evaluation of treatment and care will be given according to the results of the examination and your current condition.
Thus, I cannot provide treatment without direct examination of the patient, this is to prevent the risk of drug side effects in the patient.
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