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My labia Burns when touched, but no itching or discharge?

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Dr. Mary Vanko
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Burning labia

See if it is red.
It sounds like inflammation. Anything you can put on a baby's bottom you can put on a vulva. Try an antifungal to start.

In brief: Burning labia

See if it is red.
It sounds like inflammation. Anything you can put on a baby's bottom you can put on a vulva. Try an antifungal to start.
Dr. Mary Vanko
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Dr. Brian Nguyen
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: See a gynecologist

this is definitely abnormal, whether or not you have itching or discharge, I would definitely see a gynecologist figure out what's going on.
You need an exam. the most common condition is likely yeast infection without discharge, but again, see your doctor soon.

In brief: See a gynecologist

this is definitely abnormal, whether or not you have itching or discharge, I would definitely see a gynecologist figure out what's going on.
You need an exam. the most common condition is likely yeast infection without discharge, but again, see your doctor soon.
Dr. Brian Nguyen
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