hi, i have an inflamation on both sides of my bikini line and around the vigina.
its been so far 3weeks. i didnt shave or had any sexual intercourse.
i have taken anti-biotics and applied SUDO CREAM but it dosnt seem to help. i havent seen a doctor.
my skin seems to be peeling and its pinkish red.
i am so frustreted. it only itches in during the night and when i scratch, the inflammation increases.
please help me...anyone with a similar problem?
Have you changed laundry powder recently ?, sometimes they are very highly perfumed and can cause irritation in that delicate area.
Aloe vera gel is excelllent , cooling and soothing for many skin conditions and is plant based so no nasty chemicals, I used it on a very bad burn on my arm and it healed without any scar. Good luck.
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