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Itching After Outbreak?

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Hi. I just got diagnosed last week, and thankfully the initial outbreak has subsided, in that the sores have healed I think cause its no longer burning, I can pee with no problem, and it is no longer painful. However, I still have an itchy feeling inside the Va-j-j that is driving me nuts, and the bottom of my butt is extra itchy and I seem to be itchier on my legs too. I am wondering if this has ever happened to anyone else after the pain of their outbreak has subsided..all the itching? Is it still considered part of the outbreak?

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ya that happens to me too.. i guess if you are itchy inside the va-j.... then.. you have yeast infection too??? that's what happened to me... so I used the over-the counter cream that cure yeast infection .. it helps alot .. at least i can sleep well without too itchy. With the area that is not near or inside VJ.... I use those anti-bacteria with aloe gel, it is a little bit painful for a few sec but it won't itch for the whole night.

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