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Old 09-06-2007, 06:50 AM   #1
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Can anyone explain this???

When I was pregnant with my son 3 years ago I got what seemed to be a yeast infection...itch but no discharge. So I saw the dr at the maternity clinic and they did some tests and couldnt explain it...I just figured it was hormones due to being pregnant. Now 3 years later and another baby 1 year ago. It still hasnt gone away. I have seen 3 doctors and one specialist and no one has given me any answers.

Finally I was looking on the internet for unexplained vaginal itch and it says it could be caused by diabetes. I am going to see my dr and ask as I have other symtoms as well....but has anyone else had unexplained itch and the dr dont know why??? What if the diabetes doesnt explain it? I have been living with this for 3 years and it is so frustrating.

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