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vaginal itching

Hello doctor! I have vaginal and anal it hing from weeks, there r no rashes,bumps or pimples but it just itches...sometimes da itching increases.I went to da doctor he precribed lotricort....it worked but then after a few days da itching stated again ...I don't know da possible cause of it, kindly help, I just want to get rid of it forever :/ .....and I also drink very less water,is it bcz of dat? And I hav a bit of hormonal imbalance,does it has anything to do Vd da itching??....sometimes da itching increases and even there is irritation on da inner wall sometimes ...help plzz ideally need help :(
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Get tested for pinworm infestation.ok?
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Anal itching and vaginal itching have several causes, it can be from eating spicy foods, irritation around the anus due to frequent watery stools, poor hygiene, skin tags, anal fissures, bacterial infections, fungal infections and parasitic infections. If you’re thinking of parasitic infections, this is usually caused by Enterobius vermicularis or commonly called pinworms, most of the patients though have no symptoms, and the frequent complaint is anal itching more often than not during night time or early morning. See your family doctor to have appropriate diagnosis and treatment.

It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.

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