What causes vaginal itch?

Usually yeast. Usually yeast but other things. See dermatologist or gynecologist to find out.

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What causes vaginal itch without odor, discharge, or rash?

Yeast infection? Yeast infection is the most likely explanation. Contrary to popular opinion, yeast infections usually cause little discharge and do not cause abnormal odor. See a doctor. Or you could try an over the counter yeast medication, active ingredient ending with "azole" (miconazole, clotrimazole, etc). But for sure get professional care if it doesn't help within a week. Read more...

What caused vaginal itching and Bright pink labia?

Yeast. Candidiasis, or yeast infection, is a common cause of vaginal itching. The resulting irritation can cause increased blood flow to the labia, making them appear a brighter red. Other causes of vaginal itching that would cause this type of inflammation would be a hypersensitivity reaction to a soap/detergent/hygiene product used. Read more...

What causes outer vaginal itch?

Many things can. Please see your gyn, could be yeast allergic reaction, herpes, vulvar dystrophies, u need a n exam and cultures, sometimes u may need a vulvar biopsy. Read more...

What can cause vaginal itching and burning sensation with discharge?

Vaginal itching. Yeast can present with clumpy, white vaginal discharge to a watery, white discharge. Sometimes a discharge is not apparent. There is no odor. It can cause swelling and redness of vulva along with itching and burning pain. It may lead to pain with urination or intercourse. However other types of infection and inflammation might also be a possible cause. Read more...

What can cause vaginal itching in the area above the clitoris/pubic bone area? Pcp said was yeast used (nystatin, triamcinolone) w no luck.

Use petroleum jelly. At age 30, yeast (candida) would be at the top of my list, however contact dermatitis from soaps, lubricants, spermicides, reaction to detergents (used to wash clothing) to the medication given itself can cause itching. Group b strep which is a common colonizer can also cause irritation. It would help to obtain bacterial/fungal culture. Meanwhile use petroleum jelly, stop using soaps. See gyn/der. Read more...