Vaginal Itching

Vaginal itching can result from exposure to irritants like harsh soaps, ointments, detergents, and toilet papers, eczema, psoriasis, vaginal yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis, sexually transmitted diseases, menopause, and stress. To prevent vaginal itching, avoid using scented and harsh soap and detergents, and wear loose-fitting clothes.

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What could cause an itchy vagina with no foul odor or discharge?

Query: Hello doctor, I feel itchy but I do not see any weird symptoms like foul odor, yeast, etc.  Read Full »


Dr. Donalyn S. Barcial

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. If no unusual foul odor or curdy white discharge, therefore no sign of infection. Itchiness can be secondary to irritation whether chemical or mechanical. Chemical in the form of the soap used or feminine wash and mechanical in the form of panty liners, pads, or ev...  Read Full »

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