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Itchy, burning vagina, itchy left thigh, bumps in skin, eczema. What could be the reason?

Yesterday I noticed an itching burning in the vaginal area. It has gotten worse and is bothering me a lot. the aggetation is subsided slightly when I m not moving or I am laying down. But at about the same time I noticed the vaginal itching and burning I noticed how itchy my left theigh is. I have pin sized little bumps in a patch. I do have eczema so maybe the itching patch is just coincidence. The bumps appear to be white in color while like 4 look brownish like freckles.
Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. Your history my dear prior to the occurence of the rash is a touch inadequate. How old would you be? Are you sexually active & if so partner/partners with similar itching/use of protection during sex? It is possibly either a fungal infection or contact dermatitis or even possibly trichomoniasis depending on your sexual history/contact history. Please do fix an appointment with yor GP/dermatologist as a scraping/hangin-drop test may be the order of the day. I'm afraid any online doc can only suggest a remedy when the case is clear. If you chose to use our premier package'ask-a-doctor' , would be happy to assist you further but please revert with answers to the questions posed & or photographic evidence to assist us. Cheers & Good luck!
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