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Sexually active. Have itchy and burning vagina. What treatment should I take?

Hi,I am 19 and sexually activem the last time I had sex though was two months ago and now I have this itch in my vagina and I really don t know what s wrong and I can t tell my mom because she doesn t know I am havinq sexm it does not burn when I pee or have any weird lookinq colour discharge but is just itching and burning. Please help!*
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
hi,
it is unlikely to get sexually transmitted diseases because of intercourse which happened 2 months back
the other possible causes are,
allergy to the material of inner ware or for sanitary pads,
or infection occurred because of skin to skin contact etc,
so you try using cotton ware, taking twice a day bath etc,
if that doesn't relive your symptoms better to go to gynecologist and get examined once.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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