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Itchy vagina, prickly. Delivered a baby. Not a STD. What can be done?

At the top of my vagnia I deal with prickly an almost a itch . I have one sexual partner an he is faithful. I have been dealing with this since my son was born a year ago. They have found no std , is what they felt it might be I used a cream the gave me it doesn t work either, though a cold clothe relieves it for a moment, though if my husband an I have intercourse it relieves it for several days. What to can I do?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there.

At the outset, congratulations on the delivery. Do hope the baby is healthy & doing well.

If your husband & you having intercourse relieves it for days, then you have your answer right there. For the moment dont speculate too much on it..enjoy your husband's company!

Alternatively, cold compresses are not a bad option & you may try an antihistamine at night.

It may be prudent to do a Herpes IgG & IgM test to begin with.

Also, please do tell us what cream you are using so we can have an idea of why it may or may not work.

If you wish discretion, pleae use our special ask-a-doctor feature & get in touch with me directly to take this forward.

Good Luck & Godspeed!

Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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