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It is possible to develop an allergy to almost any chemical substance that comes into contact with the vulva, such as may be present in: Excessive washing can irritate the vulval area.
Older women who may find it difficult to get into a bath may worry about personal hygiene, with the result that they wash the area too much.
If you have a skin condition, and not thrush, you need the appropriate treatment. Hormones in the vaginal secretions and the friendly vaginal bacteria keep it at bay.
But problems can arise when this natural balance becomes upset, and the Thrush does not always cause a discharge – the main symptom is itching or soreness, and this gets worse in the week before a period.
Thankfully now that i have read about the possible causes,i will go straight to my doctor again and im hoping that this time i will be cured for good.
I usually don't get extremely or even moderately wet so sex has mostly always been a dry affair not too dry though.
I can't use lubes because all of them irritate my vagina, It usually hurts when the initial penetration happens and after it's okay.
And sometimes only the vulval skin is affected, so the diagnosis may come as a surprise.
The usual mistake with vulval itching is to assume that you have thrush, and keep on applying anti-thrush creams that you have bought from a pharmacy.