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Why is there itching in my heels while having intercourse ?

I am a 32 year old female and my heels itch during intercourse. It s so itchy that it s distracting me and my husband because we have to stop so I can scratch. It stops when we are done and doesn t matter what position we are in (so it s not from them rubbing against the sheets or something) It s been happening for the last few years and I only get the itch during sex. The only connection I can make is that the reflexology points for genitalia are in that same spot in my heels. Has anyone else ever dealt with or heard of something like this? It might sound silly - or not like a very big deal, but it s REALLY annoying.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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you can apply antipruritic cream before having sex.
you can also try by having antiitching tablet before having sex.
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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hi welcome,
it's a new thing for us,since the heel is the reflexology spot you can try one thing to get
counter effect , keep the feet in cold water for some time say for 15 minutes before sex ,and during sex you just apply mustard oil mixed with salt and make it warm on heel
thanking you
use this and let me know after one week
thanking you
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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