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Vaginal Itching No Infection
It could be. The: Only way to know for sure is if you are medically evaluated. Recommend seeing your gynecologist. 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
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
Consistent vaginal itching. No yeast infection. Been to my ob/gyn and she prescribed a cream to use. It helps temporarily. Ideas? Next steps?
Assess your products: Janet759 assess the products you are using, it can be an allergy. Avoid soaps with fragrances, including detergents to wash underwear. Use cotton underwear and avoid using panty liners, if you do, change often to keep dry, and no fragrance. If symptoms persist even after changes, go see your GYN again. ...Read more
VAGINAL ITCHING: ANTIBIOTICS COMMONLY CAUSE VAGINAL ITCHING AS A RESULT OF A YEAST INFECTION BY CANDIDA ORGANISMS. OTHER CAUSES CAN INCLUDE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, SUCH AS HERPES, GONORRHEA, PINWORMS, AND OTHER THINGS SUCH AS IUDs, AN OLD TAMPON, VARIOUS SOAPS, CONDOM ALLERGY, AND MORE. THE MAIN CAUSE, HOWEVER, IS A YEAST INFECTION. BEST LUCK. ...Read more
What could be the cause of occasional but intense vaginal itching during ovulation (not yeast infection). Heavy flow.
If I know I treated my chlamydia and haven't had sex/sexual contact with anyone since; could my vaginal itching simply be a yeast infection?
Vaginal itching and burning after having a lot of sex. What is causing it? Could it be a yeast infection? How do i treat it?
Try condom: The vaginal vault could be too dry and rubbing would result in itching and burning. Semen may be the trigger altering your vagina’s chemistry. Other possible triggers are lowered immune resistance, douching, birth control pills, antibiotics, or cuts, abrasions, or other vaginal irritation (friction from intercourse, fingers or fingernails, or tampons). You might try a lubricated condom. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I was recently treated for a cervical infection, I'm not sure it fully went away because it still burns a little and I have vaginal itching. Any help?
Sexually inactive, had vaginal itching few years ago & was diagnosed as yeast infection. Since 3 months I have itching ?
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