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How Can I Get Rid Of Vaginal Irritation And Dryness
Hypoallergenic: No bleach, no fabric softeners, no dryer sheets, no tub baths just showers, use neutrogena or aveeno (oatmeal) soap over the genitals, no wash clothe, apply olive oil over entrance of the vagina as often as you need to. Use white non scented toilet paper, pads or tampons. ...Read more
Vaginal irritation usually parallel to complaint of discomfort and dryness and not normal sensation around vaginal area during one's men cycle or anytime self subjective feelings, not to a degree of pain and possibly secondary to discharge and hygiene related. If you have other complaints as well for sometime then you need to see ...Read more
How do I get rid of severe vaginal irritation and maybe infection that I got after shaving my bikini for the1st time?
Irritation: These symptoms are ones you should be seen and have cultures done. ...Read more
I am experiencing vaginal itching, vaginal irritation and vaginal pain. The following also describes me: Vaginal dryness. Redness What should I do?
GYN exam: Multiple factors: inadequate lubrication, aggressive intercourse, sexual positions, possible infection/inflammation: cannot be diagnosed with a direct examination. Hint: spend at least 10-15 minutes on prolonged foreplay until you are wet or dripping: this sexual mucous is often protective and acts as a natural lubricant. Change positions if intercourse is painful-see GYN for exam. ...Read more
I am experiencing vaginal itching, vaginal irritation and frequent urination (worsened by: worse at night). The following also describe me: Pain during sex and Vaginal dryness. What should I do?
See GYN MD: You need to be examined by a GYN MD to sort through the myriad of symptoms and obtain treatment. ...Read more
This may be: Related to hormonal changes in your body. ...Read more
Check list to see if: There are any easy fixes. If not would see your gynecologist to help determine cause. Causes of vaginal itching / irritation include yeast infections; vaginitis; contact w chemicals (douches, detergent, feminine spray, contraceptive foam/ jelly or ointments or creams); stress; pinworm; menopause (vaginal drying); precancerous lesions ; stress. ...Read more
Recommend med: Eval so that the cause is known. Causes of vaginal itching / irritation include yeast infections; vaginitis; contact w chemicals (douches, detergent, feminine spray, contraceptive foam/ jelly or ointments or creams); stress; pinworm; menopause (vaginal drying); precancerous lesions ; stress. ...Read more
Need more info: Without more detailed descriptions of the problem it is impossible to offer suggestions other than go see your doctor. Yes, whatever it is, your boyfriend may also have it. ...Read more
See Doc: Any symptoms that once has that persist or are bothersome are best evaluated by a physician ...Read more
Yeast? See doctor: "Irritation" (ithcing, burning pain, etc) is usually not a symptom of bacterial vaginosis. Maybe you have a yeast infection, which can occur as a side effect of the antibiotics used to treat BV. Concat your doctor office to diagnose your discharge and irritation and assure the best treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
I've been having vaginal irritation (burning, itching, etc) for the past few days but with normal discarge and no odor. Help?
Yeast?: These are typical symptoms for a vaginal yeast infection. Contrary to common opinion (or what you may have read online or elsewhere), yeast infections cause no significant odor and often no increased discharge. See your doctor; or perhaps try one of the many effective over-the-counter vaginal yeast meds (any with active incredient ending in "azole"). But for sure see a doctor if it doesn't work. ...Read more
I've have vaginal irritation and was tested for chylmdia and it was negative when they did the test for that do they do one for gonneraha as well?
VAGINITIS V UTI: Hopefully SX May be a UTI VS Vaginitis the cause can be multifaceted you need full exam, UAC&S pelvic exam cultures/labs and STD SCREEN to determine diagnosis and treatment options. MONISTAT only treats yeast infectionFirst line normally Macrobid/Bactrim/Cipro. Seek prompt medical attention, if fever develops or symptoms worsen. ...Read more
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Well: You should see your doctor for exam. You are going to need to be examined ...Read more
Nate irritate: If nare didn't irritate or cause rashes then it eliminate all unwanted hair face back legs groin but its biggest drawback is various unpredictable skin reactions some serious mostly minor but something you would want on your face. ...Read more
Yes: From sweating especially if wearing tight underwears ...Read more
Don't to it!: Antiseptics and soaps should never be used in the vagina. Never douche with anything: douching always is unhealthy, unnecessary for hygiene (the vagina is self-cleaning), and will not cure any infection or irritation. In fact, it often causes infections or makes them worse. See a doctor to learn the cause of irritation (maybe a yeast infection?). But do not douche with Dettol or anything else. ...Read more
I am experiencing vaginal irritation and vaginal itching. The following also describes me: vaginal burning. What should I do?
Lately I've been having discharge, at first it was clear and now it's brown. I have not had any vaginal irritation, itching, or burning.?
Bacterial infection: It sounds like an infection called bacterial vaginosis. The typical presentation is a grey, white or brownish discharge with an odor. For confirmation, you need a cervical culture and complete evaluation by a GYN doctor so that you can receive appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Suffering from cold sores and vaginal irritation for several months now. My ex and I split for 6mo & had 0-OB. Were together again & every month OB..
I had some vaginal irritation and now my clitoris is more sensitive than usual when I touch it, what could be causing this?
I have had slight vaginal irritation for about a week now, since the last time my husband and I made love. Any ideas to help relieve it?
Needs evaluation: You should see your physician for evaluation and treatment in order to get it relieved quickly. ...Read more