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Itchy Vagina Area
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I am sexually active, idk if I should be concerned bc I get these itchy bumps on vagina area but only itchy when hair grows back. What could it be?
Ingrown hairs: This sounds like ingrown hairs. It is nothing to be concerned about if it goes away. If you are concerned, you can have your GYN take a look at it. ...Read more
Recent* sore lower back, enlarged groin nodes & itchiness + tingling in vagina area. No visible lesions,sores,etc. Is this mild herpes? What to do?
I had a UTI and took bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) and felt better after the 3 days then i started to feel some irritation and itchiness in the vagina area what should I do?
Do I have bacterial vaginosis or am i pregnant? Been eating a lot lately, I have a bad fish smell, and sometimes a bit irritated and itchy in the vagina area
I : I do not know if you are pregnant. If you have unprotected sexual intercourse and your peirod is late, i recommend taking a pregnancy test. However, if you have itching, irritated vagina with a foul smelling discharge, i recommend that you see your doctor to be evaluated for a possible infection. ...Read more
I have a yellowish discharge,extremely itchy vagina and anus, no odor.It is Very hard not 2 scratch the areas.Dark spot around the anus with tinybumps?
Sounds like an: infection of some sort. Get to a gyn for definitive diagnosis and specific treatment. ...Read more
Diagnosed through urgent care that i had yeast infectionin the bladder feels like a UTI but was cleared of that can you have a yeast infection of the bladder that doesn t have itchy vagina just pain in the bladder pelvic area no pain while going tot he ba
May be an infection: Vaginal itching can have several causes. You may have a dermatologic condition. Or you may have an infection. The possible causes vary based on your age and risk factors. Your doctor can examine you and may run some tests to determine what is causing the problem. Until you see your doctor, you can try over-the-counter anti-itch creams. These may ease the itching but will not treat/cure the cause. ...Read more
Itchy vulva: One reason could be the soap you use for cleansing, another one could be a yeast infection. This is a common infection in your women. Signs can be vulvar itch, along with thick white vaginal discharge. There are over the counter treatments for this. If symptoms persist, see a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer