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3 Causes Of Private Organ Itching In Women

The female private organ is very fragile and as such can easily get infected, which eventually becomes a habitat to bacteria and many other genital conditions that might affect the woman. This often results in constant private organ itching especially if the problem is very serious.

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As a woman, if you start having private organ itching, it could be due to STDs or minor health problems that can be easily addressed by a doctor or medical personnel. So, in this article, I would be showing you some causes of private organ itching and how to go about it.

1. Bacterial Vaginosis

Also known as BV is a popular cause of private organ itching in women. This infection arises in the female private organ. You may not see any symptoms or signs when suffering from bacterial vaginosis, but sometimes you might start having foul-smelling discharge and constant private organ itching as its symptoms.

2. Eczema

Eczema is among the minor causes of private organ itching in women. This health condition arises in people with allergies or asthma. The spot where the rash of eczema is located in the body is usually reddish and itchy with a scaly shape. If you see red rashes near your genital region while experiencing vaginal itching, there's every possibility that it's due to eczema. In case you notice such thing, don't hesitate to visit your doctor so that you can be given the right medication on time.

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3. Yeast Infection

Another thing that can cause constant itching in the private organ area in women is yeast infection. In case you don't know, yeast is a normally occurring fungus that is naturally present in every woman's private organ. When good bacterial in the vaginal are killed off, yeast infection arises. This often happens after taking some certain medications like antibiotics. As a result, yeast infection begins causing itching, burning, and lumpy discharge from the woman's private organ.


Source: healthline.com

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