Living comfortably is something many people trivialize until it is lost. Take vaginal itching, for instance. When all is quiet and calm in your private region, you likely don’t think about how lucky you are.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

But when your vagina is relentlessly irritated, the itching can consume your thoughts to the point where it’s hard to focus on anything else. This condition can cause a lot of depression for many ladies out there and that is what I will be addressing in this article.

There is no way you can prevent a thing if you do not know the cause. Some of the things that can make your vagina itch include;

1. Stress

Stress is one of the reasons why you might itch yourself. When people are stressed, they have certain habits. It could be scratching your head, biting your nails, etc. Not only do you get used to scratching when you’re stressed, that activity can create microtears that only result in more itching. Reducing your stress level can help in curbing it.

2. Yeast infections

This another cause of vaginal irritation can make even the strongest-willed among us have to sit on her hands to avoid scratching that itch.

If somebody has itching and white, cottage cheese discharge, it’s reasonably safe to make the assumption it’s a yeast infection. If you’ve had diagnosed yeast infections before and your symptoms match, you might feel comfortable grabbing an OTC treatment. You can seek medical attention once you begin to experience this.

3. Irritating hygiene products

Usage of unhealthy hygiene products can irritate. The vulva and vagina are some of the most sensitive tissues in the body to any allergies. So many people get bubble baths [as gifts], which leads to a lot of itching and burning because a lot of the agents are allergens. Avoid the usage of these products to stay healthy.

4. Sexually transmitted infections

This can also cause itching in the private region in females. A whole host of STIs can make their presence known with itching (although they don’t always since many can be asymptomatic). Herpes, which is very common and can lead to cold sores on the mouth along with sores around the vagina, can cause itching.

The same goes for chlamydia, a prevalent bacterial infection (particularly in women under) and gonorrhoea, another bacterial infection that’s especially common in that age range. They can both also change your discharge, making it look yellow or green. Avoid unprotected sexual intercourse to stay healthy.

5. Spermicide or condoms

Itching in private can be another side effect of the usage of condoms. It might occur due to an actual latex allergy or just an uncomfortable reaction to a spermicide ( which is a product you use during sex) that can lead to itching.

Amassing a latex allergy in which case you can change to polyurethane rubbers is trivial compared to having your garden-variety inflamed reaction to a chemical in your condoms or lube.

If you find your vagina is constantly irritated after having sex, check out these six ingredients you may want to avoid during the act. You can also avoid promiscuity to avoid suffering this effect.

6. Skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis

Skin conditions can also cause itching in the private region. Anything that can afflict the skin on the rest of your body can crop up below the belt, too.

That includes conditions like eczema, which presents with an inflamed breakout that can vary in colour from reddish to the same colour as your skin or a bit lighter, and which can harden into a scaly appearance if left untreated.

This also extends to psoriasis, which can also present with red, scaly, itchy flare-ups. If you have eczema, treat it to avoid suffering from this health effect.

7. Vulvar cancer (in extremely rare cases)

Excessive duplication of cells in this area can trigger itching in the private area. Vulvar cancer isn’t common, with an estimated 4,900 women in the United States receiving the diagnosis each year, Perthshire Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. It’s especially uncommon in young women, with 65 being the average age at diagnosis.

But when someone does have vulvar cancer, one of the telltale symptoms is itching, burning, or discomfort of the vulva. Seek medical attention once you begin to discover this….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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