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Have itchiness and tingling in vagina. Cause and cure?

Yesterday I woke up and my vagina was really tingly or tickled and it did not burn when I peed it was more of a relief. Today it still tingles and is kind of itchy but still no burning sensation? I am sexually active and I should not be starting my period any time soon. I have never had this sensation before and would like to know what it could be and ways I can treat it?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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thank you for your question,
you didnt mention your age.. if you are near menpause then it can be because of dryness of vagina or atropic vaginitis..
do you have diabetes ? if yes then there are high chances that you are having candidial infection..
consult gynecologist for your local examination of genitalia.. also get done urine routine microscopy ..
take care..
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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