This content describes and explain direct answer to the following questions about Private Organ itching.
What does it mean when your vaginal itch?
What are the causes of constant itching of women organ?
Why does my vaginal itch?
How to prevent vaginal itching.
If your private organ feels so itchy constantly and you’ve been looking for ways to sort this out, this article aims to show 3 reasons why you might experience itching, and things you can do to prevent it.
There could be a lot of reasons why you might be experiencing serious itching in that area, but I will be mentioning just three reasons.
1. You might have a yeast infection:
If your private organ feels like it’s on fire, you can’t sit down properly, or you have a whitish discharge from that area, you might have a yeast infection.
Many women will experience a yeast infection at least once in their life time, so it’s not something you should be scared or shy about.
Ideally, some bacteria and yeast which are beneficial to us live in that area. The bacteria and the yeast are supposed to be equal in number, but when the yeast outnumbers the bacteria, then a yeast infection sets in.
Some common factors that can cause the over growth of yeast include: hormonal changes, using a douche to clean the inner parts of the private organ, or using hormonal birth control.
2. Bacteria infection:
Just as yeast infection occurs when the yeast outnumbers the bacteria, bacteria infections occur when the beneficial bacteria outnumbers the yeast.
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It usually presents the same symptoms as the yeast infection.
3. Allergies or irritations:
The private organ is a very sensitive place, hence some certain items or products can irritate it. Some of those things include;
Lotion or douches.
Now that we’ve talked about possible reasons why that area could be itchy, it is important to know how to prevent them.
Here are some hygiene tips that could help prevent itchiness in the private organ.
- Avoid douching by all means
- Don’t wear synthetic underwear, wear cotton instead.
- Always wash the area when you are on your period.
- Avoid using scented soaps to wash it.
- Maintain good hygiene when you are on your monthly flow. Always change your sanitary pads or tampons.