For the past week i have been having burning down below. but its not itching. when i use the bathroom, and when i wipe. its not a bad burning feeling. what should i do? any creams? and it comes and goes, thats what i don't understand. can anyone help me.
the advice about the new soaps and stuff is good, if you have started using even a different body wash or laundry detergent it could cause uncomforatable reactions to the chemicals they use for scenting or color. Also, the yeast infection thing is good as well. Try monostat before going to your doctor, it may save you a little money. If it doesnt ease up or go away, then it may be a UTI and you will need antibiotics for it. But, when your doc gives you your antibiotics, finish the WHOLE bottle, or you will be battling this for a long time to come. they give a set number of doses for a good reason, if you dont take them all, then you are merely setting yourself up for a reoccurance.
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