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Feeling itchy in vagina

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so i usually feel itchy in my vagina after my period or at just random times...i checked and i see little bumps but nothing sever they are itchy and they dont hurt or it doesnt burn when i pee there is some clear discharge that comes out i was wondering what it was exactly because i do not have insurance or a job for that matter to pay to find out what it is so anything will help thanks


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replied October 1st, 2010
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A16434
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The ‘little bumps’ that you see along with your other symptoms could indicate vaginal infection. The pH of vagina changes during period time making it prone to get infected. Visit your healthcare provider/doctor for a check. If infection is found and identified, you will need to take an antibiotic/antifungal course of treatment.
Take care.



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