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I am having occasional vaginal itching, cloudy and fished (tuna) scented urine, and occasional cloudy discharge, what could it be?

I am having occasional vaginal itching, cloudy and fished (tuna) scented urine, and occasional cloudy discharge, what could it be?

Bacterial vaginosis: You may be describing bacterial vaginosis. Check out http://www.familydoctor.co.nz/categories/womens-health/bacterial-vaginosis-gardnerella-a-patients-guide/ then see your Family Doc or GYN for evaluation & appropriate treatment. ...Read more

Vaginal Itching (Definition)

Vaginal itching is a symptom in which a person feels itchy in her vagina, usually due to some bacterial or other type of infection, but can also be due to inadequate estrogen, leading to dryness and thinness of the skin at the ...Read more


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Can using baby wipes help with occasional vaginal itching and help prevent yeast infections?

Can using baby wipes help with occasional vaginal itching and help prevent yeast infections?

May be : help with the itch, but won't help prevent yeast infection, if you do have it , antifungal creams OTC would help, if no improvement you need to see your doctor/gynecologist , wish you wellness ...Read more

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I have vaginal itching,occasional headaches, no discharge. I am on antibiotics for acne and am taking Flonase. What do I do to get rid of the itching?

I have vaginal itching,occasional headaches, no discharge. I am on antibiotics for acne and am taking Flonase. What do I do to get rid of the itching?

Which antibiotic?: Which antibiotic? More than one??? Dose? Other meds? Birth control? Probably you will do much better with spironolactone than with any antibiotic. Adult women with acne usually get much better result with the antiandrogen, and seldom have side effects. Also it is safer and less expensive. Not to be used if pregnant or kidney failure. The main thing is to stop antibiotic(s) and tell the DR. ...Read more

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Although i am taking anti fungal tablets my vaginal itching is not totally alright. In the course of 1o days its been 5 days and it still itches me.

Although i am taking anti fungal tablets my vaginal itching is not totally alright. In the course of 1o days its been 5 days and it still itches me.

Which tablets?: Pills for fungus---terbinafine-----are not effective for yeast. Usual yeast pill, fluconazole, is a single dose, sometimes repeated in a week. Yeast is certainly not the only cause of vaginal itch. Fungus is usually not that itchy. So see a GYN or dermatologist. You need to provide precise information about symptoms and about all pills or treatments. ...Read more

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What causes vaginal itching?

What causes vaginal itching?

Yeast?: There are many things that can cause vaginal itching. The most common cause is a yeast infection. Other causes are a trichomonas infection and a host of skin conditions such as eczema, vulvar dystrophies, etc. Your Ob/Gyn is trained to distinguish between these problems and give you the correct diagnosis. Best wishes! ...Read more

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I need help with vaginal itching?

I need help with vaginal itching?

See gynecologist: To determine the cause ; an appropriate treatment plan. Causes of vaginal itching 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

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What can be done for vaginal itching?

What can be done for vaginal itching?

VAGINAL ITCHING: Soaps, laundry detergents, fabric softeners, oral contraceptives, antibiotics, condoms, genital herpes, various vaginal lubricants, various infections, pubic lice, etc. All can be responsible. Your gynecologist and/or a dermatologist might be able to uncover the reason. It also depends on how long your itching has been. ...Read more

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Itch (Definition)

Itches are a clinical finding in which a person's skin has a sensation of non-painful irritation ...Read more