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Vaginal Itch Medication
Vaginal itch, clumpy white discharge, no odor. Took one dose diflucan (fluconazole) yesterday. still itches and uncomfortable especially when sitting. ??
Diflucan (fluconazole) takes days: Diflucan (fluconazole) takes a few days to treat a more stubborn yeast infection. Itching indicates that the yeast is deep enough to create enough inflammation to trigger nerve endings. So if after a week, the itching does not go away, i usually recommend using an OTC antifungal cream externally to finish the job. If that does not help, see your GYN. ...Read more
Vaginal itch since 4 days, scratched hard, now itches after urination. No pain or discharge. Periods due in a day or two. Anything to be worried?
I've been having a vaginal itch that goes away and comes back for the past month. I have no other symptoms other than itching and uncomfortableness. ?
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I have an itchy vagina or shall i say a vaginal itch. What shall I do to stop the itching, burning and redness?
Yeast: Vaginal itching without discharge can indicate infections like yeast or stis like herpes. It can indicate an allergic reaction to household products like certain soaps and laundry detergents. There are also some skin conditions liked lichen sclerosis which can cause vaginal itching. Start with an over the counter yeast cream. If not improving schedule a visit. ...Read more
Internal vaginal itch, neg for yeast, + e.coli took cipro (ciprofloxacin) for e.coli. still have itching.no stds?
Gentamicin sulfate cream for vaginal itch? Doctor prescribed it to me since i have been itching days after my pap smear.
Atypical use: I am not familiar with the use of this medication for vaginal itch. Reading online it is typically used for itching around the eye. Contact the treating physician and confirm that you are using the correct medication as directed by your doctor. ...Read more
I am experiencing vaginal itching. I took medication for chlamydia on March 3. All my chlamydia symptoms cleared up but now it's really itchy again?
It is a symptom: This condition is a symptom of an underlying condition more often than it is a primary condition. It is itching of the external genitalia of a female. The condition may become chronic and result in lichenification, atrophy, and occasionally malignancy. Some causes of pruritus vulvae are contact dermatitis, lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, psychogenic pruritus, trichomoniasis, and vaginal yeast. ...Read more
See your doctor: It's not normal for the vagina to itch, and it might signify some type of infection. I recommend seeing your doctor for an evaluation. As for creams, there are many. Vagisil cream works pretty well, but it won't overcome the underlying cause if there is an infection. Don't douche though, this will make things worse. Good luck. ...Read more
Finding the cause.: 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. Your gynecologist can assess to determine the cause ; to develop a treatment plan. ...Read more
Itch: Vaginal itch could be from infection, allergy, lack of hormones or due to some skin condition. ...Read more
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Hi I have a vaginal itch that is outside all the tests i've done come back negative i don't know what to do. It's been about three months now?
Further testing: There are limitations to all tests. Recommend further testing and examination with a gynecologist. If not getting answers then look for doctors specializing in infectious gynecology, pelvic pain/vulvodynia or consider a dermatologist or vulvar dermatologist. All these specialists can be found in NYC. May need different testing or a tissue biopsy for further diagnosis ...Read more
I've have an unexplained vaginal itch for years now. Nurse pescribed boric acid pills that I may take yr. Or yrs. Is there better or anyother options. ?
Hygiene,no irritants: Make sure you see a dr to rule out infection. If not infection, it may be due to chronic irritation. First, practice good hygiene. Wash your external genital area gently with mild, unscented soap & water during showers, & avoid douching or bubble baths. Avoid tight-fitting underwear (cotton is best) or unnecessary use of pads/panty liners. You might also try over-the-counter 1% Hydrocortisone cream. ...Read more
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