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Old 03-16-2011, 08:51 PM   #1
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misterious itching that comes and goes.

I have been itching around my anus and vagina lips for the last 6 months on and off. Ill get rid of it for a couple of months but then it just comes right back. It looks like small red bumps almost like a feaver rash but not only does it just itch it also burns. I dont know why this is happening and I dont know what to do about it. Is there anyone out there who has delt with this befor? please, anyone, give me some advice.

 
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Re: misterious itching that comes and goes.

Did you go to a Dr. to see what it is? Could be some kind of yeast infection. Have you changed soaps or detergent that you wash your clothes with?


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Re: misterious itching that comes and goes.

If it continues it wuld be best to see your doctor. It could be a allergy from new soaps detergentss fabric softners ect? Can you think of anything new like that you have been using

 
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Re: misterious itching that comes and goes.

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If it continues it wuld be best to see your doctor. It could be a allergy from new soaps detergentss fabric softners ect? Can you think of anything new like that you have been using
no not at all i always use the same stuff and its not like that it almost feels like an infection but antibiotics dont work no matter what kind they are.

 
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Re: misterious itching that comes and goes.

Are you wearing a different underwear? Just a thought....I've noticed that some fabrics are now being treated with something like formaldehyde/sizing and my skin really reacts to it.

 
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