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I have vaginal itching. Is it because of the white tissues in my underwear ?

i have a itching on my vaginal, around the lip areas. i have been putting white tissue in my underwears for a couple of years, so i need to know is it the tissue thats cousing a itching and burning feeling sometimes. someone said to sleep with no underwears on, that can help, and use some vargisil cream. i am 49 years old 5 2 l85lbs. have fibros, backcondition/.degenrative disc disease.
Asked On : Thu, 19 May 2011
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Hi Polly
Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

You probably have an infection of genitals.If you are approaching menopause , this could be dryness too.I advise you to visit your Gynecologist and get examined to detect the exact cause of infection.Proper antibiotics or topical antifungal cream can treat your infection.If it is due to menopause , its good for you to start hormone replacement therapy.If this a very longstanding problem you definitely need Gynecologist's evaluation.

Take care.
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