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Question: I m having itching in my vaginal area

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Answer: Hello dear, It is normal,most of women face this type of situation.... you can try this.. Try holding a cool rag or towel up against the vaginal area. Do not use hot water on the rag or it could further irritate the tissue....Eating yogurt is good for your health and helps to keep the body’s pH level balanced. You can either make a baking soda paste or add it to your bath water. Soak the area for 10 to 15 minutes to help relieve inflammation and itching. If you apply the paste to your bottom area, make sure to rinse with cool water. ...Use mild soaps, shampoos, laundry detergents and skip the bubble baths for now.... Keep your vaginal area clean and dry. Change underwear a few times daily to keep discharge away. If you have intercourse, clean up well afterwards since semen can cause irritation.Try adding a little vinegar when bathing to help balance the pH near the vagina. .. Important Notes:...Any persistent vaginal itching that you cannot bring under control with the above home remedies, or if you develop a fever or chills needs to be evaluated and treated by your doctor. Hope it helped, Take care urself...
Answer: Hello dear. The itching and burning brought on by a yeast infection is usually caused by an overgrowth of Candida, a fungus that naturally lives in the vagina. If the discharge is clear or white and odor-free, it's most likely caused by pregnancy hormones, and it's a sign that the vagina is healthy. There are four vaginal infections which ranges from common to more rare, can affect pregnant women. You'll have to check with your gynecologist if it's other type of infections or just due to harmonal imbalance, if the itching persists. Tips to Treat Vaginal Itching During Pregnancy: Comfortable clothing. Veginal wash Apple Cider Vinegar. Honey Drink lots of water. If these doesn't help, please consult your gynecologist. Hope this information was helpful.
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