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My vagina is itchy and it burns when I pee sometimes.

By Anonymous December 11, 2011 - 3:27am
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I'm 15, and still a virgin. But I do masturbate a lot (started when I was about 11), but I never get wet. Even when I'm really horny, I never get wet. Anyways, a couple of months back my vagina started to itch really badly, and my lips got somewhat swollen and red. But after I switched to cotton panties, the itchy and the redness stopped for a couple of months. But than it came back about 2 months ago, now it won't stop being all itchy. My discharge changes a lot, it's either thick and white, or really watery and white. I don't know what to do. I really can't talk to my mother about this.d And I really don't have any other female models in my family to tell me. What's wrong with my vagina? Is there anything I could do to stop this? Anything at home? Anything over the counter that's cheap?

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. It sounds like you may be experiencing a yeast infection. Please click here for more information https://www.empowher.com/yeast-infection/content/yeast-infection-causes-and-diagnosis.

You should contact a physician just to be sure but you can purchase over the counter Monostat to cure the infection. These are rather common in women so there is nothing to be afraid of but going to your doctor may be helpful just to be sure.

Keep us posted.


December 11, 2011 - 10:18am
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