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Forum Name: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Question: Itchy Vagina


 megeso - Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:31 pm

A few weeks ago I used veet, a few days after that a couple cuts formed that stung. The cuts are gone now but the area itches like crazy and recently I've noticed what looks like blisters, they ooze clear when they pop. I have no unusual discharge this constant itching is just getting really annoying. Could it be some sort of STD or could it just be an infection? If it is just an infection how long should I wait before it goes away? I've been using antibiotic creams as well as vagisil and they help a little but its just not healing. I did have sex before the cuts appeared but I'd been with that partner for months with nothing like this happening. any advice out there?

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