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Skin around the vagina itches. what could I use for this ?

hi. the skin around my vagina area itches. ive tried washing with savlon(antiseptic wash). I have no rash and i havent been sexually active for almost two months now my vagina discharge is normal - slight yellowish/clear. no burning or smell. no vaginal itching (inside). it goes and comes and sometimes there may be one or two white head buttons on the skin. what could i use for this ?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi dear ,
There are no. of causes of vaginal itching like intertrigo,candidiasis,LSA,fungal infection.
You need to be examined and treated for the vaginal diseases.
Some test like woods lamp examination,wet mount,KOH preparation may have to be performed.
Visit your nearest dermatologist for early diagnosis n treatment.
Meanwhile maintain hygiene . Use soft cotton underclothes.
Dont apply savlon or dettol there.
Use normal soap for wash.
You can use ABZORB powder twice a day for application .
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 15 Jul 2011
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