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Itching vagina after periods

Hello all,
The past few months, I have been having this problem. Vagina is itching after periods and the discharge is yellow before the periods. I searched some sites and they seem to suggest "Sepia" for the same. Is this safe to use? I'm a 25 yr old girl.

  shreyakashyap on 2005-07-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
for your problem i suggest nitric acid 30 and croton tig30 three times daily.i hope it shall help you a lot.
sajjadakram635 last decade
Causticum and Kreos both show up in the circs you describe.

In any case it is best to use only ONE remedy at a time.
walkin last decade

Not meaning to be "Queen of the Obvious" here, but have you talked with your gynaecologist?

I have no idea what would cause that, but a stitch in time saves nine. It would be a good idea to have your doc take a look, just to be safe.

Take care, and I wish you the very best of health! :-)
Orume last decade
thanks to all for the reply :)-
Orume, though i planned to make a visit to the gyno, i am kind of allergic to allopathy. In the past i had locked jaw and allopathy drs (consulted a few) suggested various useless tech to solve the same. And one visit to a homeopath and i was cured.

sajjadakram635 and walkin, i will start with one and try it for few days and switch to another if i dont observe improvement/s.

I will post the changes, improvements.
shreyakashyap last decade
I tried Sepia for the last two weeks and dont find any improvement. 2 weeks is enough time to switch to another remedy right?

sajjadakram635, i am going to try the remesy that you suggested - nitric acid 30 and croton tig30 - both are pills (or solution) is it?
shreyakashyap last decade
pills r liquid whichever available.
sajjadakram635 last decade

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