Are white flakey/clumpy spots on outer part of vagina a symptom of a yeast infection? Are there any other conditions that cause this?

Usually yeast. This can be normal depending on where you are in your cycle, etc, but usually irritating, itchy, white clumps are a sign of a yeast infection. It's probably worth trying an over-the-counter treatment like monistat, but if it does not improve or you have pain, bleeding, fever, etc - see a doctor.

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I am itching at my vagina. Thats the only sign I have so far its on and off. I wanted to know could it be a yeast infection?

Yes. Yeast infection is one of many possible causes of vaginal itching. Bacterial vaginosis, contact dermatitis, and stds are among the other common reasons. You can try an over-the-counter antifungal, and if no improvement see your doctor. Read more...

Small clear bumps inside vagina I have small clear bumps inside my vagina doesn't itch doesn't hurt I just noticed them today I don't no how long they've been there. .. What is it? If it helps I had a yeast infection thats what caused me to look down ther

The . The best thing to do would be to see your healthcare provider and have an examination and cultures. They might just be reactionary, but it is best to have cultures to be sure it isn't an infectious type of rash. If you have pain, fever, or discharge then you must be seen immediately. Read more...

Can a yeast infection cause air in the vagina? I think I might have one but I also have a lot of air. Can air make the vagina feel looser?

See below. Yeast infection is not usually associated with gas/air in the vagina. Loose vagina is likely to aspirate air rather than air making the vagina loose. See the site listed below for more information on yeast infection. http://www.webmd.com/women/tc/vaginal-yeast-infections-topic-overview. Read more...