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Treat Itchy Vagina
Does molluscum cause a itchy vagina and an increase in discharge. Also can astragalus treat molluscum?
I have been having an itchy vagina on and off ~1yr. Treated w sporanox (itraconazole) 4x, diflucan 2x. Its still itchy n dry. Why..?
Have dry and itchy vagina x6 mos, and now difficulty lubricating during sex. Was treated for yeast infection but symptoms persist. What could this be?
Symptoms: You may have a condition known as lichen sclerousis which is seen in middle age women. See your gynacologist or a dermatologist for treatment. ...Read more
Im 5 weeks pregnant I've had itchy vagina for a week now been treated for yeast infection but didn't get better now im diagnosed by bacterial viagnosis?
Needs treatment: Your OB dr. Will advise & prescribe. Good luck. ...Read more
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
Vaginitis..: Vaginitis is a common/generic term for inflammation in/on the vagina area. It could be from infection such as yeast, BV (bacterial vaginosis), and std such as chlamydia, or from chemical irritation due to feminine hygiene products. If just itching outside, it could be dry skin, fungal infection, or the so tabooed crabs as pictured here. So, get it checked out by doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Allergies/infection: There are many possibilities. The vulvar area is prone to environmental sensitivities, like allergies, that can cause itching. Why at night? Maybe you are sensitive to the laundry soap your sheets are washed in? Infections, such as an external yeast infection, or pubic lice, or even pinworm, are all possibilities. Get examined to rule those out. ...Read more