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Experiencing Pudendal cleft itch, No clitoral itch or pain, no discharge. Cause for itching?

Hello, I ve been experiancing pudendal cleft itch that shows no rash or bumps just an intense itch. I used bait to remove hair and left it on too long and figured this was just a part of the healing process but its really annoying. Do you have an idea of what it is or what I could do to stop it? No clitoral itch or pain, no discharge or smell just itching I m the cleft, top of each lip.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Welcome to health care Magic.Common causes of the genital itch would include a fungal infection,a trichomonial reaction,allergy to soap/detergent/deoderants/perfumed toilet paper,eczema,rarely pubic lice,scabies,psoroasis and psychosomatic itching secondary to stress may hot weather prickly heat may be the cause. STDs and chlamydia will need to be ruled out by your doctor/gynaecologist who can examine,investigate and guide you further.
Answered: Sun, 2 Jun 2013
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