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Rash, itchiness inside vagina, aggravated during periods. Tested negative for yeast infection. Causes?

Hi, A month and half ago I got some rash and itchy in and around vulva and also at the opening and inside of the virgin area. no discharge, odor, or burning. now it is not completely gone but every ministerial cycle it is aggravates and last for a week severe and then slows down though not completely gone. i had tests for yeast and other infections but everything came negative. does anyone know what is the cause for this terrible itch?Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Rash and itching usually occurs in infection but it is not there.
It may occur due to dry effect inside under hormonal deficiency.
Also rule out diabetes,thyroid and any other condition by complete body profile investigations.
Take tablet levocetrizine to subside itching.
wash that region with anti septic liquid and keep dry.
Take proper local care.
Keep in touch with your doctor.

Answered: Sat, 21 Dec 2013
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