This baffled my girlfriends who were all gushing about yeast infections and vaginal issues the other night. So when it comes to yeast infections, I am completely oblivious and ignorant. Hopefully Dr. Molly can provide some insight and better advice on the subject. The itching can seem unbearable, can't it?
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Show less Most women will experience the discomfort of vaginal itching at some point in their lives. For some, it may be a minor issue that goes away on its own, but for others, it may persist due to disease or allergy. Depending on the specific cause of your vaginal itching, you may be able to treat it at home, or it may be best to see your doctor for professional treatment. To stop vaginal itching, apply a cool compress, like a wet washcloth, to your vaginal area for 5 to 10 minutes.
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Back to Health A to Z. Vaginitis is inflammation of the vagina that can cause itching, discomfort and discharge. If you're sure you have thrush and you've treated it successfully in the past with over-the-counter medication, you can treat it yourself again. Read more about over-the-counter thrush medicines. This is known as vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis, and is due to the thinning of the vagina's lining.
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Genital itching may involve the vagina or the genital area vulva , which contains the external genital organs. Itching is an unpleasant sensation that seems to require scratching for relief. Many women occasionally have short episodes of vaginal itching that resolve without treatment. Itching is considered a problem only when it persists, is severe, recurs, or is accompanied by a discharge. Irritation or allergic reactions: Chemicals that come in contact with the vagina or genital area, such as those in laundry detergents, bleaches, fabric softeners, synthetic fibers, bubble baths, soaps, feminine hygiene sprays, perfumes, menstrual pads, fabric dyes, toilet tissue, vaginal creams, douches, condoms, and contraceptive foams.