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Itchiness inside vagina. History of yeast infection. What could be the reason?

Hey. Umm. So I have just a very slight itch going on in my lady area... It s just barely on the inside of my vagina . No swelling, no bleeding..just itchy.I have had a yeast infection before, it doesn t feel like that. There isn t anyway I would have an std . My partner is the only person I hav been with, and vise versa. Any idea on what could be going on?
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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Hi, thanks for writing..
Itching can be due to recurrent yeast infection..Also fungal infection is associated with creamy white discharge.. Get a swab done to see for vaginal infection.. If infection is present, take treatment for fungal infection. Keep the area dry. Treat the partner also. Use condom till infection heals completely.. Hope I have answered your query. Feel free to ask any doubts through Good day
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