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Why does my vagina itch after hair removal?

my name is akeira i used a hair removal on my vagina and i took a bubble forgetting i had still at some cream it(stupid me) a day later the opening below my vagina not inside but right before you enter itches sometimes the day.when i stratch it feels better .it goes away for a while it off and on.a little bit of creamy white discharge at it smelled very weird and funny .for the past to days i been using monstiat itch cream it burns but takes away the itch .but if sitting somewear in public it itch randomly then go away.the odor has gotten almost to normal and there no signal of yeast infection but why is it itching?thank you
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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itcing is due to fungus
after removing hair you have to do it dry otherwise water left after hair removal leads to this
now you take forcan 150 mgm weekly 3 week
keep dry
dry vagina everytime you go for piss
apply candid b ointment on external part of vagina
put candid b vaginal passery inside vagina for 6 nights to prevent going fungus inside vagina
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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