Causes Itching And Sore In The Vagina.?
… some days my vagina feels itchy … and there are little “spots like thrush and feel sore when held and after every contact … what’s the cause … and how to deal with it …?
Based on the symptoms you describe, it is also possible that you have an infection in the vagina (more accurately called the labia, the lips of the vagina). Infection in these areas can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. Infection can be both a sexually transmitted infection and a sexually transmitted infection. In infections that are not sexually transmitted, it may be caused by lack of hygiene or due to conditions in the genital area that are too moist. In sexually transmitted infections, can occur in all forms of sexual, vaginal, anal, or oral.
Some possibilities that you can experience are:
Bacterial infection of the labia skin. Fungal infections. Viral infections, such as genital herpes, or condyloma akuminata. Bacterial infections due to sexual transmission, such as syphilis. You should consult this matter with a dermatologist and genitals. Also invite your partner to consult. This is necessary, because if the infection that arises is a result of sexual transmission, then your partner should also be treated. The doctor may need to do blood tests in the laboratory, or examine samples from the genital area.
Keep the genital area clean. Keep the genital area not humid especially after urinating and defecating. Observe whether these symptoms occur after you use pads, because of the possible risk of allergies to the pads. Use underwear that absorbs sweat and isn't too tight. Avoid using pants that are too tight. Also avoid sexual intercourse, as long as your disease diagnosis is unclear. If you still want to have sex, use a condom, so there is no recurrent infection.
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