Your symptoms are suggestive of recurrent or chronic yeast/thrush vaginitis.
Some women experience chronic recurrent vulvovaginitis, which often requires long-term or prophylactic oral azole therapy for control. So for that, the recommended regimen is fluconazole 150 mg every other day for 3 doses, followed by weekly fluconazole 150-200 mg for 3-6 months. This regimen abates the symptoms and prevents further recurrence in the majority of women.
Boric acid wash for the vagina can be used in resistant cases, as an alternative measure with the consultation of your physician. A specific culture; Nickerson or Sabouraud mediums should be performed in refractory or recurrent cases of vaginal candidiasis to confirm the infection. So you can talk to your doctor to get this culture before you start the treatment.
Women who do not improve with the above can use, clotrimazole 500 mg vaginal suppositories administered once per week for six months which is also effective.
Also, avoid (if you do) following;
1) panty liners,
3) sexual lubricants.
If you are exposed to unsafe sex, you may consider an STD screening.
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