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Bottom and vagina itchy, a white discharge, help?

Itchy Vagina. It can be a yeast infection as the most likely cause if there is only itch without odor or skin rash. It there is an itch with a rash or change in the appearance of vulvar skin then lichen sclerosis or vulvar dystrophy should be suspected. A biopsy is definitive to rule out a dermatological problem. A wet mount and or vaginal culture can easily help in diagnosing a yeast infection. Read more...

What does it mean when you have chunky white discharge in vagina along with odor smelling, and itchiness? How can I cure this?

Various causes. Any ob/gyn should be able to help you with this problem. It sounds like possibly a yeast infection. You could try and over-the-counter yeast cream while you're waiting for your appointment. Read more...

The outside of my vagina is really itchy. The itch is almost unbearable! I also experience off-white discharge (slimy) and it contains no oder. Help?

Vaginal itching. Can be from vaginal infection such as yeast or bacterial vaginosis, or from an allergic or irritation reaction to something. If the discharge is different from usual it's more likely to be an infection. If discharge is same as usual more likely to be irritation or allergic reaction. Yeast often thick white clumpy discharge - try med. For now - ice pack, aveena soaks can help. Get checked. Read more...
May have yeast infec. It most likely due to yeast infection and you can try over the counter creams like monistat 7 or others .But consult your doctor or gynecologist before using the cream as he/she might want to check you. Read more...
Yeast, allergy, lice. You can have an external yeast infection without significant discharge. If that's what it is, it would respond to Clotrimazole 1% cream. But it's also common to have allergic reactions in that area. Antihistamines and steroid creams would help with that. If you might have acquired pubic lice - see a doctor for confirmation and treatment. Read more...
Common problem. Not sure why you keep asking this question. You have four very good answers. This is either a yeast infection or lice. Please follow the advice of the experts who have already told you about anti fungal medications available over the counter there in new york. Read more...