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Does itching abs burning in vagina without no odor be yeast infection.....It hurts to walk also. How does rhis relate to having a std. R they linked.

See your doctor. It is best to get examined by your doctor. Different types of infections can cause very similar symptoms. Your doctor can test you for the most common concerns, such as bladder infection, vaginal bacterial or yeast infection, or stds. Oftentimes, these infections can cause swelling. Once diagnosed, you can be treated and obtain relief. Good luck! Read more...
VAGINITIS. The most common cause is yeast infection, trichomonas and bacterial.Std infection s are gc, chlamidia, syphilis, herpes, etc. Read more...
Yes. Vaginal itch and burning without "fishy" odor could be a yeast infection. Yeast infections sometimes develop after taking oral antibiotics. Stds such as herpes or gonorrhea can cause similar symptoms, so see your health care provider. Read more...

My vagina has been itching mainly lips & clitoris. I noticed a white discharge inside the lips. Could this be a yeast infection? Or just from shaving?

Probably yeast. You can try otc creams but if they don't help you'll need to contact your doctor. Read more...
Could be both. Either a yeast infection or irritation from shaving can cause itching. It the white discharge is much heavier than you are used to or if you have been on antibiotics lately, it is reasonable to treat it with an over the counter anti-fungal cream. Generic or store brand is just fine. Read more...
Yeast,STD or allergy. Yeasy infection should respond to antifungal creams such as lotrimin (clotrimazole) or monistat. See your family or gyn dr. If there is any chance you might have a sexually transmitted disease. Could you be allergic to the soap or shaving cream used?. All symptoms could be from any of above 3. Good luck. Read more...
Best to see your pc. There are several possibilities and an exam by your pc and culture should yield the answer. Read more...

My vagina is always itching on the outside, I have no yeast, infection. It's right in the clitoral area. What do I do?

See a gynecologist. Have you noticed any skin changes in the region such as whitish appearing skin? You may have a skin condition called lichen sclerosus. That is considered to be an auto-immune mediated disease, but it can be well-controlled with a potent topic steroid like clobetasol. For more information: http://www.Niams.Nih.Gov/health_info/lichen_sclerosus/default.Asp. Read more...