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Question: I feel itching when i pee because i did remover before some days i used v wash also but still itcing in clit

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Answer: Hello! Please consult the doctor, it could be due to infection common during pregnancy.
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Question: Mam pls reply i have vaginal itching problem & when we intercourse its burning sensation. I use v wash personal hygien also use clotrimazole v for itching but it occur again. As i feel shy to consult a gyne pls tell what to do. Also we are planing for baby but due to itching i havnt intercourse a couple of days.
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Besides itching, other symptoms that come with bacterial vaginosis are inflammation, burning, discharge, and a fishy-smelling odor.Sexually transmitted disease (STDs).Chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, trichomoniasis, gonorrhea and other organisms can cause vaginal/vulvar itching and irritation and other symptoms.Yeast infection (vaginal candidiasis).About three out of every four women will develop a yeast infection at some point in their lives. Yeast infections occur when the yeast, candida, grow excessively in the vagina and vulva. Pregnancy, intercourse, antibiotics, and a weakened immune system can all make women more likely to get a yeast infection. In addition to itching and irritation, a yeast infection will produce a thick, white, cheesy discharge.Menopause. The drop in estrogenproduction that occurs at the end of a woman's reproductive years can cause the vaginal walls to thin and dry out. This can lead to itching and irritation. Thinning of the vaginal walls is also a problem in some women who breastfeed.Chemical irritants. A number of chemical substances, including creams, douches, condoms, contraceptive foams, laundry detergents, soaps, scented toilet paper, and fabric softeners can irritate the vagina and vulva.Lichen sclerosis . This is a rare condition that causes thin white patches to form on the skin, especially around the vulva. The patches can permanently scar the vaginal area. Postmenopausal women are most likely to develop this condition.   CONTINUE READING BELOW WEBMD Clinical Trials Help Researchers Create New Cancer Drugs Clinical trials help researchers test new and better cancer treatments. WEBMD Why Prostate Cancer Spreads Prostate cancer starts when cells in the prostate gland grow out of control. Sometimes those cells spread to other parts of the body and kill healthy tissue. How are vaginal itching, burning, and irritation treated? Vaginal irritation will often get better on its own. However, if the irritation continues, is severe, or comes back after treatment, call for an appointment with your doctor. The doctor can do a pelvic exam. The doctor will probably also take a sample of the discharge to find the source of the problem. How vaginal discomfort is treated depends on what condition is causing the problem: Vaginosis and STDs are treated with antibiotics/antiparasitics.Yeast infections are treated with antifungalmedications. They are inserted into the vagina in the form of creams, ointments, or suppositories, or they are taken orally. You can buy these medications over the counter in different doses -- one-day, three-day, seven-day. However, if you've never been diagnosed with a yeast infection, see your doctor before taking any over-the-counter medication.Menopause-related itching may be treated with estrogen cream, tablets, or a vaginal ring insert.Other types of itching and irritationrespond to steroid creams or lotions, which reduce inflammation. A prescription-strength steroid cream can relieve the irritation of lichen sclerosis. In young girls, it's important to report any itching, burning, or irritation to a health care provider, because these symptoms can be signs of sexual abuse. CONTINUE READING BELOW WEBMD Clinical Trials Help Researchers Create New Cancer Drugs Clinical trials help researchers test new and better cancer treatments. WEBMD Simple Changes to Help Control Diabetes When you have diabetes, your daily to-do list can seem overwhelming. Here are six things you can do to reduce or avoid burnout. Are there home remedies for vaginal itching, burning, and irritation? Here are a few tips for preventing and treating vaginal irritation at home: Avoid scented pads or toilet paper, creams, bubble bath, feminine sprays, and douches. Use water and a plain, unscented soap to regularly clean your external genital area. But don't wash more than once a day. Doing so can increase dryness. Always wipe from front to back after having a bowel movement. Wear cotton panties (no synthetic fabrics), and change your underwear every day.Do not douche. Use condoms during sexual intercourse to help prevent sexually transmitted diseases. If you are experiencing vaginal dryness, use a vaginal moisturizer. Apply a water-based lubricant (K-Y, Astroglide) before having sex. Avoid sexual intercourse until your symptoms improve. Don't scratch -- you can further irritate the area.
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Question: I have itching in my private part can i used v wash regularly
Answer: Itching is common in pregnancy due to increased blood flow. Sometimes severe itching leads to cholestasis in pregnancy Before using v wash consult your gynaecologist Avoid scratching Use lukewarm water to bath As hot water may worse your itching Use cold compress Avoid using scented toiletries
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Question: I had itching in the vagina and I had used V wash . Is their ant problem using intimate wash once in a blue moon
Answer: You should use daily. This is N imp time for keepung your body parts clean and v wash is safe
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