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Vaginal itching? Possible causes and solutions

We explain how to relieve annoying vulvar itching. We address vaginal itching: causes, symptoms and treatment and we focus on providing you with effective solutions to relieve vulvar itching and recover your intimate well-being.

Vaginal itching? Possible causes and solutions Vaginal itching? Possible causes and solutions

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Itching in the vaginal area can occur due to a pathological cause or due to the intersection of several factors, such as inadequate hygiene practices or the use of allergic fabrics in underwear, which makes diagnosis difficult. Vulvar itching , which can become intense, and which is usually accompanied by more or less reddening of the genital mucosa, and even of the surrounding skin; Among the most common causes of vaginal or vulvar itching are:

1. Use of broad-spectrum antibiotics that create an imbalance in the natural microbiota.

2. Infections such as bacterial vaginosis, vaginal yeast infection, and trichomoniasis.

3. Vaginal atrophy.

Mucosal atrophy may be due to:

  • diseases such as lichen scleroatrophic

  • radiotherapy processes

  • postmenopausal atrophy (the most frequent cause): Postmenopausal atrophy is secondary to the decrease in hormone levels , mainly estrogen, which is associated with menopause. It involves thinning of the genital tissues, which appear pale and with few folds on examination. In an advanced stage, the change in appearance of the genitals is notable, as is the loss of elasticity. Itching in atrophy can be one of the first symptoms, associated with vaginal dryness and lack of lubrication in response to sexual stimulation. These symptoms can appear even in perimenopause, when the woman still has her rules, but without a doubt it is one of the most frequent symptoms of the immediate postmenopause.

 

4. Diabetes mellitus.

5. Immunodeficiency diseases.

6. Skin cancer in the vulva area.

7. Allergic reactions.

8. Sexually transmitted diseases, herpes, HIV and HPV.

9. Use of intrauterine devices and vaginal tampons.

10. Pregnancy is a factor that influences the appearance of candidiasis.

11. Elevated estrogen levels from contraceptive therapy and use.

12. Itching related to recurrent infections

13. Burning due to irritation from wearing synthetic underwear

14. It should be noted that excessive hygiene can cause an imbalance in the microbiota and leave this area unprotected, as well as the abuse of irritating chemical products, soaps, toilet paper, creams, contraceptive gels and lubricants.

15. Other less frequent causes of vulvovaginal itching are those related to allergic or irritative processes , due to the chemical agents included in:

  • Bath gel
  • tampons
  • sex toys
  • condoms
  • underwear?

 

Vulvisens® is used to treat dryness, itching or burning in the female intimate area, in all these cases.

If you are looking for the most effective solution for vaginal itching, look no further. Vulvisens® has been tested and recommended by women's health experts due to its high efficacy in relieving itching, dryness, burning and discomfort. With its specialized formula and proven results, Vulvisens® is the leading product on the market to treat this problem. Don't wait any longer to get the relief you need, trust Vulvisens® and experience the difference.



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