Vulvar and vaginal itching are common. There are several possible causes, including irritation, yeast infections, and certain skin conditions.
The vulva is the outer part of female genitals, including the lips, clitoris, bladder opening, and vaginal opening. The vagina is the internal tube that leads from the uterus to the vulva.
People may experience itching around the vulva or inside the vagina.
Minor vulvar itching often results from using products that irritate the sensitive skin around the genitals. These may include:
- menstrual pads
- certain materials in underwear
- underwear washed with scented laundry detergent
- creams, soaps, or lotions, especially scented brands
- latex condoms
- fragrances in deodorants or douches
Yeast infections usually occur when something upsets the balance of bacteria in the vagina.
Normally, a balance of beneficial bacteria and yeast live in the vagina. The bacteria keep the yeast in check, preventing overgrowth. When the vagina’s bacteria do not properly control the yeast, however, overgrowth can occur.
People can also develop a yeast infection from using antibiotics. Having a suppressed immune system or uncontrolled diabetes may also increase the risk of yeast infections.
Recommendations for Treatment
Use Sibi Women’s Capsules
Swallow two (2) capsules with drinking water twice daily after meals continuously for fourteen (14) weeks. Blood tonic is recommended to be added to your treatment along with the Sibi capsules. If symptoms persist call +233247111671 / +233240952027