Okay, as gross as this sounds, My vagina is peeling. Everytime i get out of the shower, its like peeling, but not alot, enough to cause discomfort though. It just feels like dry skin, but when i mess with it, it burns more. I shave everything down there, so i thought maybe it was just razorburn. Ive further scared myself into it being something else from looking on the internet. Someone please tell me whats going on!
Could it be shower burn? If you shower for a long time with hot water, your vulva (I assume this is what you mean) can get a First degree burn. The solution is to adjust the water to warm and wait until it warms up before stepping in. Sometimes water will be cold and warm up to scalding hot if just set to hot.
You may have developed a skin allergy to some chemical in soap, body wash, wet wipes, etc. I have become extremely sensitive to almost everything overtime. Try eliminating one thing at a time and see if that is the problem.
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