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I have sores, swollen, itchy labia minora?

I have sores, swollen, itchy labia minora?

Allergy/trauma?: Determining the cause is an important clue to treatment. In addition, a true allergy to topical creams, lotions, lubricants or even latex may cause itching. Inadequate lubrication with excessive trauma may also cause shear injury with itching. Please also consider the possibility of stds. Discuss with your gynecologist. ...Read more

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The external female genitalia including the mons pubis, labia majora and minor, clitoris, vestibule, ...Read more


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Inflamed sometimes itchy labia majora, no discharge, what could it be and what to do about it?

Inflamed sometimes itchy labia majora, no discharge, what could it be and what to do about it?

Multiple reasons: Vaginal infection is only one of many reasons for itchy and inflammed labia. There are many skin conditions can do the same. Please get it evaluated properly. ...Read more

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White discharge red itchy labia?

White discharge red itchy labia?

YEAST INFECTION: It sounds as if you have a yeast inection. Try an over the counter medication like monistat. If that doesnt work, you need a gyn exam. ...Read more

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How to treat itchy labia majora?

Labial Itching: Labial itching may be the result of chemical irritation. Chemicals in soaps, including laundry soap, can cause irritation when they come into contact with the labia. Other causes can be yeast or bacterial infection. See your doctor for the proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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What is the cause of itchy labia majora insides & top? No discharge or abnormal odor. Can get very itchy & start at any time. How does one treat it?

What is the cause of itchy labia majora insides & top? No discharge or abnormal odor. Can get very itchy & start at any time. How does one treat it?

Itchy labia: There are many causes of itchy labia, such as eczema, contact dermatitis, certain infections such as lice or fungal infections, a condition caused by rubbing or scratching, called lichen simplex chronicus and a number of inflammatory diseases such as lichen sclerosus and lichen planus. These will not give odor or discharge. Please see a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Itchy red labia. Unilateral. No bump/lump, just itchy and uncomfortable. Canesoral didn't help. Itchy labia and vulvar area on one side?

Itchy red labia. Unilateral. No bump/lump, just itchy and uncomfortable. Canesoral didn't help. Itchy labia and vulvar area on one side?

Beginning of problem: this could be a problem depending on how long you have had this problem. You should get this evaluated and emergently if you have fever, chills, or any other acute symptoms ...Read more

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Can i apply fucicort cream to the itchy labia majora? Is it has bad effect to the vagina?

Can i apply fucicort cream to the itchy labia majora? Is it has bad effect to the vagina?

Steroid cream: Corticosteroid cream used only occasionally will not harm the vaginal area but if you have a yeast or other vaginal infection it could aggravate it. An exam by your gynecologist would be best for diagnosis, treatment and advice. ...Read more

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I have had yellow discharge on and off for about three months now and itchy labia lips. And inflamation of the lips, a bump.What can it be?

I have had yellow discharge on and off for about three months now and itchy labia lips. And inflamation of the lips, a bump.What can it be?

Possible STD: Sounds like a possible STD but if not, it is at least a vaginal infection. See your Doc asap and do not have unprotected sex until it is diagnosed and treated. ...Read more

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