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Vaginitis / Vaginal Infections

Vaginitis is the medical term for inflammation of the vagina. The inflammation can be caused by yeast or bacterial infections, sexually transmitted diseases, changing hormone levels during menopause, or allergic reactions to soaps or fabric.

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Asked By : mridula42

Asked on : 26 Nov 2012   

im 42 yrs old housewife having problem of itching and burning in my vagina and a lot of pain during sex. we were very active about sex before this problem and we enjoy sex regularly 1-2 times with a lot of fun like oral and a lot of more but due to problem we sex a time in 1-2 month i take many treatmen but no result pls help and advise

Asked By : Anonymous

Asked on : 16 Feb 2012   

I keep getting BV (bacterial vaginosis) I test negative for stds as well as my husband. It seems like every time after sex it happens a few days later. My husband does not ejaculate in me. Should he get tested for harboring bacteria such as generella?

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