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Pregnant. Having dry, itchy and burning vagina. Could it be STD or due to hormonal changes?

I am 26 weeks pregnant and I am experiancing extremely raw, DRY, itchy and often times I get a sensation of burning around the opening of my vagina , I don t know what to. I am worried it could be an STD even though I do not think my husband as ever cheated. This be just the hormone changes from the prganancy causing this and what should I do to relieve the issues
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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The commonest cause of such symptoms in pregnancy is a fungal infection known as Candidiasis. All you have to do is to visit a Gynecologist & let her examine you. Most doctors give treatment after a clinical diagnosis alone. This infection usually easily responds to treatment.
If it is something else your doctor will guide you accordingly depending upon her clinical diagnosis. Don't be so scarred of STDs & visit your doctor to get the treatment. You will be alright.
Wish you good health.
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