How to treat itchy labia majora?

Labial Itching. Labial itching may be the result of chemical irritation. Chemicals in soaps, including laundry soap, can cause irritation when they come into contact with the labia. Other causes can be yeast or bacterial infection. See your doctor for the proper diagnosis and treatment.

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What is the cause of itchy labia majora insides & top? No discharge or abnormal odour. Can get very itchy & start at any time. How does one treat it?

Itchy labia. There are many causes of itchy labia, such as eczema, contact dermatitis, certain infections such as lice or fungal infections, a condition caused by rubbing or scratching, called lichen simplex chronicus and a number of inflammatory diseases such as lichen sclerosus and lichen planus. These will not give odor or discharge. Please see a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

Severe itchy labia majora. Treated with monistat, flagyl, terazol (terconazole) 7, clobestol. Clobestol helped a little but still itching. I'm so scared please help!

See a specialist. It might be time to see a specialist as it seems as if you've tried a lot of the common medications. A great book to help you as well, is the v book by elizabeth stewart. Can find used on amazon. It's possible that you have a more complex condition, and also possible that a biopsy would help to rule out lichen sclerosis. Clobetasol is strongest med we have for this. See specialist, good luck. Read more...

Hi I was wondering what causes itchiness on labia majora the hairy area close to the opening of the vagina?

New soap? Itchiness could be due to a new soap, detergent, type of sanitary pad or panty liner. It also could be due to a yeast infection. It could even be due to pubic lice! If you have changed soaps or detergents stop. Check for lice. If you have a thick white discharge try an over the counter treatment for vaginal yeast infections. If none of this fits, see your doc. Read more...