Originally posted by Ira It's not adviseable to have dirty hands while doing this, especially in the presence of cuts or open wounds in the genital tract. It may cause infection, or the itchiness may be brought about by irritation from contact with dirt. Your girlfriend may have another gynecologic problem like yeast infection, etc., though, so tell her to see an ob-gyne if it's persistent. The itchiness she's feeling may be something else.
Originally posted by Prokorpyo ...or it might be an excuse for you not to do it to her again. Are you sure your doing it right?
Originally posted by Ira Pubic lice will cause intense itching and small red sores mostly in the pubic area and not in the vagina. The lice are visible to the naked eye. Your partner would also experience the same symptoms.
Probable diagnoses for vaginal itchiness are irritants like sprays, douches, dirt, etc., yeast infection, STD, menopause, skin conditions, pruritus vulvae, vulvovaginitis, etc.
Symptoms of yeast infection include itching and burning of the vagina and surrounding areas, swelling, redness, pain during intercourse, and a white, cottage cheese-like discharge.
Sorry, I will not prescribe you anything online. The only thing I know is that you have itchiness in the vaginal area, and that's it. I obviously can't do a physical exam here, either. Do not even try to self-diagnose and self-treat, since an accurate diagnosis is important. As I said already, just see an ob-gyne.
Originally posted by [email protected]
yeah maybe its better to use the one that without nails. :goodnevil:
Originally posted by sniper0098
will using a betadine feminine wash help? if ever hindi pa ma-treat yun...possible ba na lumalala? or pwedeng mawala din sya eventually?
Originally posted by Ira
Since I don't really know what you have, I don't know if Betadine feminine wash will help. As with most health problems, it can either get better or it can get worse. Sorry, sniper0098, but as I've said already, it's not possible to diagnose these kinds of problems online. And if I don't know what the problem is, I can't comment much on treatments.
Originally posted by Ira Iba ang bacteria sa fungus. The treatments are different. That's why I've been saying dati pa that you should just tell your friend to see a doctor who has studied on these problems already. The doctor will ask for some lab tests to be done as well as do a more thorough, knowledgeable pelvic exam.