What are some causes of vaginal itchiness?

Yeast, herpes, bact. Many things can cause that, including allergies to something, your gyn can do a culture and exam to see what is causing the problem.

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What happen to cause the outside vaginal itchiness?

Many causes. Dry skin, ingrown hair follicle, excess sweat, tight underwear, infrections (yeast, herpes, staph, genital lice), allergy, autoimmune rash, hormonal changes, among others. Best to have gynecologist check. Read more...
Visual DX. Hi, it’s hard to say without a picture but there is a great app that may be able to help you get a diagnosis without being seen in person by a dermatologist. The app is called VisualDX and is one of the best, if not the best out there. Many clinicians, including myself, use it. Just snap a photo and it gives you a list of possible diagnoses. Good luck! Read more...

I've been having vaginal itchiness at random times. It doesn't last for long. Longest was a day. What could the causes be? Started about 2-3 weeks ago

Tough to say. Without an exam when you are experiencing the itch, it would be tough to diagnose you, and the answers over the computer would be guesses only, such as a minor yeast infection that is intermittent. Yeast is normally found in the vagina, and only when it "overgrows" does it become problematic and "infectious." best to get eval when you're itching. Good luck. Read more...

Can early sex experiences cause vaginal itchiness or what they call bacterial vaginosis?

Hope this helps. Vaginal discharge will change throughout the menstrual cycle. Vaginal odor can be a sign of bacterial vaginosis. Vaginal itching can be a sign of a yeast infection. Sometimes vaginal discharge can be a sign of a sexual transmitted infection. It is a good idea to get checked out. Sexual experiences from years ago should not impact current vaginal infections. Read more...

How come women have vaginal itchiness? Is there a way to cure it?

Yeast? Often vaginal infection is caused by candidia, a yeast .Easy to treat, see your dr. As recurrent infection with this may signal diabetes. Read more...