What's wrong with my vagina?!

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I've been having this problem for what seems like forever. My labia majora is constantly itchy it's gotten to the point where it hurts sometimes. I haven't noticed any unusual discharge, or any foul smells. I visited my GP and I was told everything looks fine. But I'm not convinced. I've recently started taking pictures of my nether regions and I've noticed that my labia looks quite 'raw'. I don't know what to do, can someone help me???

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    could possibly be a yeast infection but if your GP said everything looks fine maybe it could just be from an allergic reaction. have you tried any new soaps, detergents, fabrics ? are your clothes to tight on the area ? do you let it breathe sometimes ? theres a number of things that could possibly be causing it.

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      I haven't tried anything new but I have recently stopped using soap down there but the problem still persists. I try to let it breath and wen I have a shower I run cool water down there, which does help a bit. But throughout the the day the itching will come and go. I'm beginning to lose my mind. I don't know what to do.

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    This is a picture if it'll help.

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      try soaking in an epsom salt/tea tree oil bath that should soothe you for a while & make another appointment with a different doctor because theres obviously an issue & maybe they can give you some antibiotics &/or cream to apply. i do hope you feel better soon!!!

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