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Question: Hi i am having itching in varigina and I'm having pimple also i m 6 week pregnant

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Answer: Hello dear Vaginal Itching is the main concern of many ladies in pregnancy. Some of the effective tips for treating vaginal itching during pregnancy includes wearing comfortable clothes, vaginal wash, consuming yogurt, avoiding perfumed products, applying honey, drinking lot of water. Dont worry about these pimples as they have come out due to the hormonal changes which are going on recently in ur pregnancy. This pimples are temporary and will go after delivery.
Answer: Hello dear Vaginal Itching is the main concern of many ladies in pregnancy. Some of the effective tips for treating vaginal itching during pregnancy includes wearing comfortable clothes, vaginal wash, consuming yogurt, avoiding perfumed products, applying honey, drinking lot of water. Dont worry about these pimples as they have come out due to the hormonal changes which are going on recently in ur pregnancy. This pimples are temporary and will go after delivery.
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