What can stop vaginal itch and burning?

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.

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No chance of STD but have vaginal itch and burning. What should I do?

See physician. This could be either an infection or an allergic reaction. You would have to have it evaluated to see what the cause of the irritation is. Read more...

Vaginal itch? No discharge no burning what could it be? Cause of shaving? Is it contagious?

Vaginal Itching. The causes of Vaginal Itching could be Fungal infection, . Vaginal dryness due to overuse of douches, allergic reactions to latex remember most condoms are made from latex, you could be allergic to the spermicide, Scabies, Parasites in the vagina, vitamin deficiencies such as vit. B12, folic acid, vit A , vit. B2 iron deficiency.Since there areso many causes you are better off going to the GYN doc. Read more...

Hi, I seem to be experiencing vaginal burning after urination accompanied by a vaginal itch. There is a slightly bloody discharge without an odor?

Genital abrasion. You may have sustained an abrasion/scratch in your genitals, which can burn when exposed to urine. Itch may be from yeast infection w/scratching leading to abrasion. In any case, best to see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Parenthood for evaluation, diagnosis & treatment, even birth control. Read more...

Vaginal itch no burning no std. What could it be? And what can I get to cure it?

Yes. 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. Hormone deficiencies from menopause or breast feeding can also cause itching. Read more...