Hello, With reference to your complaint, that you are already having bacterial vaginosis and is an treatment with Dalacin cream for the last 7 days or so. In the mean time you developed vaginal thrush as well which is nothing but a yeast infection caused by candida albicans. Usually your body provides bacteria that keep candida in check. But when candida multiplies and exceeds the body's ability to control it, vaginal thrush can occur which usually happens when you are ill or under a lot of stress. It can also develop when you take antibiotics or contraceptive pills containing estrogen. In addition to this, if you use contraceptive diaphragms, coils and sponges increase the chances. It is not a ST infection but likely to develop after having sex. Common symptoms are pain, itching and irritation. A thick white or a watery vaginal discharge is also common. So when you have these problems, your GP will take a vaginal swab to confirm. Regarding treatment, topical cream or pissing may cause burning or irritation, instead you can have antifungal treatment orally. If you are suffering from diabetes, or with weakened immune systems or if you suffer from fever or more vaginal yeast infections in a year, then you should seek medical advice. Prevention can be done by wearing cotton or silk underwear which allows excess moisture to evaporate, wash and dry your underwear thoroughly and change it often to prevent dampness which increases chances of vaginal thrush. Avoid using feminine deodorant sprays which increases the chances of vaginal yeast infection and lastly using sanitary towels may increase your chances of getting vaginal thrush. Some women eat yogurt, which contain active cultures helps to prevent thrush. They are often causes of vaginal itching, burning and discharge, you should rule out bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis cervical infections, and threadworms. A tampon or coil left in the vagina too long, herpes, and gonorrhea. All these conditions can be diagnosed by your GP after thoroughly examination and laboratory investigations. Thank you.