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Published on May 12, 2012


How to Relieve Vaginal Itching
1. Figure out what has caused it.

There are many reasons for vaginal itching. You may have a vaginal infection, a yeast infection, bacterial infection, or vaginitis.

Other causes may be from a chemical allergy; for example, you may be allergic to a certain soap, perfume or douche you are using, causing vaginal itchiness.

Your diet can be a factor. It may be as simple as wearing too tight of clothes, as moisture becomes trapped within the vagina, creating a perfect breeding ground for bacteria. Certain drugs may also cause itching, including Fareston, Nolvadex and Toremifene.

After you have determined the cause, you can start working on the solution.

2. Make sure your clothes are loose enough around the vagina to ensure that you are not creating an environment for infection down there.

You may want to change brands of laundry detergent and try a softer kind on your undergarments to determine if that is the problem.

Next, try switching the soap or body wash that you have been using.
Avoid storebought douches, as well.

3. Work on your diet to see if you are eating or drinking something that is causing vaginal itchiness.

Yogurt is a great food to eat that not only helps keep infections away, but also can help cure them.

Try eliminating sugar from your diet, as yeast occurs from sugar intake, which can cause vaginal itch.

Any fungal food such as mushrooms should be taken from your diet,

4. If vaginal itching is still happening, you may want to try an over-the-counter cream.

All drug stores and retail stores sell various brands of vaginal anti-itch cream.

For cases of vaginal itching that do not seem to go away no matter what you do, talk to your doctor.


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