I’ve been suffering from itching of female genitals for 6 years
Q: A woman in her early 20s. Sexual intercourse takes place about twice a week. (I have three times a week.
I’m worried about genital itching. Since middle school, I have been suffering from vaginitis for about six years and visited obstetrics and gynecology several times for treatment, but the symptoms did not disappear easily.
It’s bearable in the morning and afternoon, but the quality is itchy at night, so I scratch it like a habit. If you smell your fingers after scratching them, you can smell the rotten fish. Is it a chronic vaginitis? Will it be able to heal it?
A: Female genital itching is often fungal vaginitis. First of all, you can suspect Candida vaginitis. It usually occurs after sexual intercourse, and if white cold like cheese comes out, it is highly likely.
It improves easily with proper treatment, but if the symptoms do not relieve and persist for years, it is necessary to check whether other infections or dermatological diseases have been the cause.
You’d better visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic again, consult with the doctor more seriously, and find an appropriate solution.