Whether you’ve been having s-e-x with the same partner for years, or if it’s a one-night-stand, there are few things in the world that set off alarm bells as an itchy [email protected] after s-e-x.
Thanos Papathanasiou, a fertility specialist and gynaecologist says If you’ve developed an allergy to your partner’s sperm, your [email protected] may feel itchy after s-e-x. A sperm allergy (also known as semen allergy or seminal plasma hypersensitivity) can also make your belly feel swollen or painful, with a burning sensation.
Inflamed [email protected]:
According experts, when your [email protected] and vulva are inflamed, it’s known as vulvovaginitis. In addition to a swollen vulva, vaginitis could lead to unusual [email protected] discharge and itching.
Doctors don’t know why some people experience allergies. Allergies appear to run in families and can be inherited. If you have a close family member who has allergies, you’re at greater risk for developing allergies. An allergic reaction that causes your vulva to swell is known as noninfectious vaginitis. This can result from chemicals in: clothing, creams, lube and condoms.
Douching and using heavily-fragranced soaps and body washes on your sensitive vulva region is a big no-no even when you want to clean up before s-e-x.
According to Mayo Clinic, a vaginal yeast infection is a fungal infection that causes irritation, discharge and intense itchiness of the vagina and the vulva – the tissues at the vaginal opening.
Also called [email protected] candidiasis, [email protected] yeast infection affects up to 3 out of 4 women at some point in their lifetimes. Many women experience at least two episodes.
Here is how to treat/prevent it:
How vaginal discomfort is treated depends on what condition is causing the problem. Here are some tips from WedMD to help you deal with the problem.
Use water and a plain, unscented soap to regularly clean your external genital area. But don’t wash more than once a day. Doing so can increase dryness.
Always wipe from front to back after having a bowel movement.
Wear cotton panties (no synthetic fabrics), and change your underwear every day.
Use condoms during s-e-xual intercourse to help prevent s-ex-ually transmitted diseases.
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