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Vaginal Itching - Dr. Deoshlok Sharma

Now a days the vaginal itching is very common in female … generally allopathic doctor or skin specialist also fail to give the relief. Ointment are also fail toe give cure -permanently..
Common causes of vaginal itching include:
• Chemical irritants -- such as detergents, fabric softeners, feminine sprays, ointments, creams, douches, and contraceptive foams or jellies.
• Menopause -- the drop in estrogen causes thinning of the vaginal wall and less lubrication.
• Stress -- may increase vaginal itching and make you more susceptible to infections.
• Vaginal yeast infection -- often includes a discharge that is white and curd-like. Vaginal yeast infections can be brought on by antibiotics, birth control pills, pregnancy, menstruation, condom use, sexual intercourse, diabetes, and a weakened immune system.
• Vaginitis -- inflammation, itching, discharge, and odor caused by other infections (including sexually transmitted diseases). Vaginitis in girls before puberty is common. If a young girl has a sexually transmitted vaginal infection, however, sexual abuse must be considered and addressed.
Other possible, but less common, causes of vaginal or vulvar itching include:
• Certain skin conditions affecting the vulvar skin, some of which may be precancerous
• Pinworms (a parasitic infection mainly affecting children)
Homoeopathic Effective medicine is caladium 30 three times in a day will cure your vaginal itching… medicine may change according to your symptom..

Case taking detail of vaginal itching…
• When did the itching begin?
• Have you had it before?
• Is the itching severe?
• Does it limit your activities?
• Where exactly is the itching? On the inside of the vagina or on the outside (vulva) as well?
• How often do you bathe or shower?
• Do you use scented soap, scented or colored toilet paper, or bubble bath?
• Do you frequently swim or participate in water sports? Do you change your clothes soon after such activities?
• Do you wear cotton panties or synthetic ones?
• Do you wear tight pants or tight pantyhose?
• Do you use douches or feminine hygiene spray?
• Are you sexually active? Do you use contraception? What type?
• Does anything make you feel better?
• Does anything make you feel worse?
• Have you tried any over-the-counter creams? Which ones?
• Do you have any other symptoms, such as vaginal bleeding, swelling, rash, or pain on urination?
• Do you have a personal or family history of diabetes?
• What medications do you take?
• What is your menstrual history? How old were you when your periods began? How often do your periods usually come? How long do they generally last?
• Do you have any allergies?

Dr. Deoshlok Sharma
  deoshlok on 2010-07-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
To Deoshlok

Congratulations on another masterly presentation on this ailment which you state is very common among women.

I have also read your article on Alzheimer's which you posted in 2006 on:


This was bumped up by a patient and in my post on it I inquired if you had treated a case of Parkinson's one of which was referred to me recently and which I have no hands on experience in treating.

Joe De Livera
Joe De Livera last decade

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