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Question: Vaginal itching during 5 month prgnancy can affect the baby
Answer: Verginal itching may be an infection some times , ask ur doctor for the actual reason.
Question: I have itching problem if by mistakenly I scrub my belly will it affect my baby also ? will the itching problem will affect any part of my baby?
Answer: mild itching during pregnancy is normal in most cases. It's also common – about 20 percent of pregnant women have itchy skin. You may feel especially itching around your belly and breasts as your skin stretches to accommodate their increased size. Dry skin and hormonal changes may also contribute.
Do your best not to scratch because it can irritate your skin further and increase the risk of skin infection.
you can simply apply coconut oil it is very good for skin.
if you have itching to much and cant bear put a cloth on tummy and gently rub your hands over the cloth. do not scratch with nails.
apply fragrance-free lotion or cream after take bath. Keep lotion in the fridge so that moisturizing your skin also feels cooling.
Question: I feel vaginal itching now a days... And I'm preparing for pregnancy.. my lmp was june 16 .. any problem will affect with it related to vaginal itching?
Answer: Hii you are experiencing vaginal itching, it could be due to normal pH changes.Take baking soda baths to lower vaginal pH and finding relief from itching.Some women find cold compresses helpful in relieve vaginal itching.Good hygiene is the key to remain free from vaginal problems.
Take baking soda baths. For this, prepare a paste of baking soda and water. Apply the paste on the itchy areas and wash after a few minutes. This will lower vaginal pH, giving you relief from itching.Having sexual intercourse is another remedy to relieve vaginal itching due to increased pH of the vagina. Male sperms are low on PH levels, thus, intercourse is recommended. But consult a doctor before having sex.Some women find cold compresses helpful in relieve vaginal itching.
Good hygiene is the key to remain free from vaginal problems. Always keep your vaginal area clean and dry.After a bowel movement, wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria from entering the vagina.Stay away from vaginal douches.Use only fragrance-free soaps and laundry detergents.Wear loose clothes as tight clothes do not let air pass to the crotch.Avoid wearing nylon panties, wear cotton panties, especially white oness.Do not wear underwear at night as this increases airflow to the vagina.Avoid taking bubble baths or using other fragrant products on your crotch. These can cause irritation in the vagina and urinary tract. Take warm water bath instead.