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Itchy & dry Vagina - Do I have a UTI, an infection, or raw?

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so a couple of days ago, my vagina started being all itchy and dry, and i don't know why Sad

these are the facts lol:
i'm 14, not sexually active or anything,
i'm in a foreign country so different food, & the water is harder here
a week ago i was on antibiotics because of this thing on my leg
no discharge
it's really dry & itchy, mostly at the top parts and the surface of the vagina - it doesn't hurt inside

MAYBE it's because it's raw from toilet paper:
the toilet paper i was using here sucks, it's like sandpaper but my mom got me soft paper now
before i got it, it was really hot --> i drank a lot of water --> i peed A LOT

last night i showered and it hurt less but came back an hour or two later
when i was going to sleep it still itched and kind of stinged
when i woke up it didn't hurt... AT ALL
i went to pee and nothing burned or itched, it was like a normal day lol
but when i wiped it started to really burn
and now it's like...... better :/

so i think it's because of the toilet paper - lol actually i HOPE it's because of that
but i need advice :/ is it an infection or just raw from being wiped?
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replied August 1st, 2010
Hi there. You may have monilia or thrush infection. Take an antihistimine for itch and maybe just use natural yogurt on your vagina for now until you get home.

Dr Andrew Rynne.
www.andrewrynne.com


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